If you can make one with vertical and horizontal carry definitely plastic of some kind
I'd prefer a different approach. I'd want it to hang vertically from the belt or belt loop, but really low on the thigh, and have a secondary strap around the thigh to keep it from flapping around as you walked or whatever. I'd have it cover the entire knife and have a strong snap flap to keep it from falling out. I figure if you're going to carry it, you might aswell have it nice and easy to get to. Besides, if you're going to flip it then why worry about hiding it? If you ever get around to making it, let me know, I'd love to buy it.
I want one that allows me to pocket carry my balisongs as if they were clippable.
That way when I dump all my EDC items I can just scoop up the holster + balisong and leave it on my desk
It'd be a pretty cool item to have. Hope that helps out.
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I think what would be nice is something to the effect of one of those
cell phone clips where you can rotate it. I mounted my Izula Sheath
to one and it worked quite well. That way you have several carry
options depending on your dress or preference that day. It's also nice
because you can clip it to a bag and orient it in the best way for
deployment. I'd love to see a high end version of this.
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I want one of two things in a sheath, but never both at once. I like really ornate leather work or completely tactical, something thin and concealable (think kydex).
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Hi all. I was the customer Peter is making reference to. You have me to thank down the road for giving Peter a nudge into the Bali Sheath world.
This Came about by me seeing Peters work on other sheaths, I liked that his work was rustic, using various inlay materials, basically I just liked the "LOOK" Of his craftsmanship.
Now, this took a bit of doing as Peter lives north of the boarder and shipping a Balisong to Canada is taboo.
SOOO, I sent RazorSharp, Monty a note to see if he would work with me to help get this process on the road as he is in Canada too.
I originaly was going to ship my G2 sheath to Peter as a sample platform to work from, and Monty would ship Peter a 42 for sheath forming.
Monty stepped up to the plate and sent off a 42 AND his G2 sheath to work from.
I gave Peter free artistic licence to make me a sheath. My requirements were that is be horizontal carry, leather and I chose a crock inlay.
From there the rest is history. You can see in the background of these images the intence thought that went into fabrication. Perhaps you can even make out other sheaths to come.
Long story short, This beautiful Leather Sheath with Crocodile inlay is heading to me shortly.
I am in aw of the time and efforts put fourth by Peter, hats off to you Sir !
Now what are you waiting for ? Click Peter's name , send a PM take a number and wait in line is what I say !
Thanks to Peter, Monty for helping make this a reality !
With Peter's blessing I introduce his first Bali sheath.
Monty is 2nd runner up .
Last edited by Glenn; 06-06-2012 at 06:30 PM.
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That looks really nice.
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