We have a long-standing history of making quality belt and boot sheaths for both period and modern knives. Whether you wish to coordinate a sheath with one of our gun rigs or with your existing gear, or whether you simply need a sheath for a knife which has none, send us the knife and we can get the job done. All our sheaths are built to exacting standards with security and safety to both knife and wearer in mind.
Basketstamp within Marquis and Celtic Twist Border
This sheath is the mate to our Hunter style field holster. The buckle allows for easy on and off when other itens are on the belt. Most knives can be accomodated in a sheath of this stye. Knives with wide guards may need a safety strap for retention purposes.
Greg's Liberty Sheath
Carolina Kid’s Sheath
Old Timer Full Pouch. This sheath is built similar to the regular Old Timer sheath with the exception that the pouch is deeper, capturing and protecting not just the knife butthe entire guard and a good portion of the handle as well.
Old California with repeating 9’s border. This sheath matches the Carolina Kid Gun Rig. It is shown with a set of matching buckle-over type spur straps.
Green River Dogbone Sheath
Frontier Scout Sheath
Aged mahogany with distressed & patinated brass spots
Frontier Spot Border
This is a period-correct sheath which would have been common on the frontier from the Mountain Man era on through to the Wild West shows.This one is lightly distressed to represent gentle wear and use. It is shown with a Green River knife.
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Natural Hair-on Cowhide
Terry’s Knife Sheath
Old Timer. This is the standard configuration for this sheath. It is designed for large-bladed bowies or fighters. If the blade is heavy enough, no safety strap is needed.
Pouch w/Safety Strap
Pouch with Safety Strap. Pouch style sheaths are generally not fitted with a safety strap. This knife had a very short blade and very little in the way of a guard. It would normally have been fit high up on the handle in a standard pouch style sheath except that the customer wanted the rather showy handle exposed. This made the addition of this unusually-configured safety strap necessary.
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