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New BuyBrown Sword Danglers

Discussion in 'Buy Brown Custom Creations' started by evltcat, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. evltcat

    evltcat Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 7, 2011
    I posted this in the Busse Sub, but I want to make sure everyone sees these cool new danglers! :thumbup:

    With all the new swords Busse has been releasing lately, I started thinking about how I wanted to carry them. I like kydex sheaths, and I've got leather frogs and baldrics, but what I really wanted was a quicker way to attach/detach the sword from my belt without having to take the belt off to remove the sword.

    I sent Dave Brown an email and asked if he could make me something based on his dangler design that would hold the sword at the proper angle for a cross-draw. A few back-and-forth discussion emails and viola! :thumbup:

    The BuyBrown Sword Dangler:


    On an AK Sheath:


    Using the Sword Dangler:


    Now, the really cool part is this; Dave designed the Sword Danglers so not only can they hold the sword at a 45 degree angle for cross-draw, but they can also be used the traditional dangler way for vertical draw. Personally, I don't have long enough arms and a long enough torso to draw anything longer than a Mistress or 1311 from verticle, but it may work for you. :D




    Dave, these ROCK!!!

    Thank you my friend!!!!!
  2. David Brown

    David Brown Kydex Sheath and Holster Artist :) Moderator Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Jun 4, 2001
    Thank you Brother

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