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TS Blades EVO Nylon Holster for Dummy PVC Knives (Color: Black)

TS Blades859188153530TS-HOLSTER-BK15353
3.0 stars, based on 1 reviews
TS Blades EVO Nylon Holster for Dummy PVC Knives (Color: Black)
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  • Heavy duty ballistic nylon construction
  • Button snap closure to hold your training knife in place
  • Works on MOLLE webbing and standard belts
Semi-rigid sheath, made from three layers of different polyester fabrics with the highest quality, resistant external surface 1000D, padded core, and soft inner lining.

Our sheath is specially designed to be silent. You can carry it open or close it easily with the Velcro security. Its fastening system can be used in a belt as well as fixed in the MOLLE system of your tactical vest.

Manufacturer: TS Blades

Color: Black


Material: 1000D Nylon Fabric

About TS Blades

TSBlades' commitment is to offer modern and up-to-date training blade designs, made with high quality materials and exceptional durability.

1 Customer Review

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by quangminh t. on 01/18/2020
"Decent quality,very rigid structure, and very nice fitment for their knives. only complaint is that the molle webbing for attachment is not lined up properly to molle. the very first molle web is lined up to the webbing on the vest so you can't use the first webbing at all on the pouch. That leads to the use of the bottom molle web to be the only attachment point which leads to a very sloppy and loose attachment to the vest/belt.

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