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Sheath rivet fell out?

Discussion in 'Evans Knife and Tool' started by SuzukiGS750EZ, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. SuzukiGS750EZ


    Dec 30, 2008
    Hey guys. I was wondering if anybody knew where to get a new sheath for these knives. I can't find my rivet tool... anyways. The upper most rivet which contributes to the tension on the knife (i have the first run of knives from WAY back) was loose from the get go but having had paracord through it it made not much difference. The other day it fell out completely and i don't trust the knife in the sheath now. Any ideas?
  2. thebrain

    thebrain Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 12, 2007
    Hardware store look or ask for something called a Chicago screw . They are are small screw and internal threaded post deal ,bring sheath with you to get the correct length. Should be under $1 . Hope that helps.
    t.willy likes this.

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