I dimly remeber a discussion about some of you solving what to us as a horizontal sheath for a SwissTool. I haven't been able to track down the thread. Please let me know if you have a solution that works, short of a custom made. Thanks.
The sheath that I got with a bm autoreflex fits a wave good. A little large but OK. I don't know the size of your swisstool but you will probably have the best luck with one from a production knife that is about the same size. Try Mark from mjs knives. He is really helpful.
That was probably my thread about the sheath that Gary Graley made for me. Here's a pic:
Gary was a pleasure to deal with. There is not a person on these forums that I've dealt with that I could recommend more highly that Gary. His work is top-notch. Drop him an e-mail at email@example.com
If you want Kydex or Concealex instead of leather, then give me a buzz. You can see an ugly but highly functional sheath I made for a Gerber tool on my webpage. Opens the tool automatically when it is drawn, and there is a review of the sheath there, too, by the customer. I am not taking orders until October, though, because of Boards and other stuff...
I use a black nylon sheath which came with my Crawford KFF. My SwissTool fits it great. I took off the Crawford Knives tag so that it would be less obtrusive at work. The pouch can be worn vertically or horizontally and has a velcro closure. I'm not too partial to snaps because when you are using the tool it is can be hard to snap the empty pouch and then the snap pieces rattle against each other.
You can call Pat Crawford. I'm sure he will sell you one for a reasonable price. Be sure to ask for the original pouch size because my latest KFF came with a larger pouch which fits the KFF great but is a bit large for the SwissTool.
If you don't want to mess with the size, I can sell you one of my extra pouches which are in new condition. I would just ask for the price that Pat would sell one for and shipping to you.
This one is a magazine holder. I use them for my Balisongs, and my SOG multi-tool.
They also come in a double model. They're very strong and durable. The other great thing about them is, they are cut a little lower than most sheaths, so it's easier to get to your knife (or tool). They're also set up for vertical or horizontal carry.
There are other different ones too, on the main part of the page. Check it out.
The Swiss Tool sheath has been a very popular one for me to make, it's a close second to the Sebenza sheaths. I posted a new pic of the double pouch on my web page of Bobby's sheath with a mini-mag flashlight, if you right mouse click and view the picture full size, you will see a little footprint at the bottom of the sheath, yeah, I know, I have small feet, sorry about that Bobby....
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