British Tactical have just released a MOLLE knife sheath available in three lengths of 5, 6 and 7 inches. They have named it in honor of “Mad Jack” Churchill who was known for the motto: “Any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly dressed.”
It was developed at a customer’s request to modify their popular bayonet sheath for the SOG Seal PUP Knife and they extended the range to sizes above, the 7 inch is ideal for the Fairbairn Sykes Commando and other knives and it is the first version they are launching. Retails at $37.00 or £25.80 (inc VAT)
Some of its features.
- New Laser cut 500D/500D laminate MOLLE grid on front which lines up with the rear MOLLE rows for seamless mounting behind other pouches. Ultra strong and lightweight.
- New laser cut Laminate MOLLE/PALS attachment system. Lower profile, lighter weight and does not absorb moisture.
- Has own internal HDPE card blade insert. Free of charge replacement inserts for lifetime of product if ever needed.
- Adjustable hook and loop hand guard retention, sewn in lines to cut down to required size.
- Removable and adjustable bungee elastic retention loop and webbing tab at end of the hand guard, ideal to quickly loop over hand guard to hold in place.
- Two placements positions for retention hook/loop, high and low.
- Will also accept most knives up to 7 inches long and 1 1/4 inch wide.
- Available in Multicam Original, Coyote Brown and Black.
- Reinforced stitching using nylon bonded rot and mildew resistant thread and externally bound seams.
- Superb build quality with laser cut fabric (heat sealed), precision automated sewing.
- Proudly made in the UK.
- Lifetime Defect Warranty.
Here is a link to the listing
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