Leather double plier sheath

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Hello fellow BD'ers,

Anyone have a good connection for the bad ass leather double sheath pliers that most of the deckhands have? Tried the guy from the Excel but that was two months ago and havent heard back from him.

Bill
 

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I know of a person back in Wisconsin that does custom leather work, and is quite good. He makes custom holsters for pistols as well. I had him make me a custom sheath for two pliers and a spike. You can check his work out on Facebook, Todd Korup. If you decide to contact him, let me know or you may not receive a response; he doesn't reply to folks he doesn't know. I was lucky, I had an inside track as he works with my daughter.
 

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Mjbfish here on bd does them....
 

skipjackrobert

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Hit up Oscar on the Indy. He makes and sells them
Oscar does a nice job but very difficult to get him to get me 1. I tried for over a month and finally gave up and had Mjbfish make me 1...perhaps you will have better luck with Oscar....good luck..
 
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Thanks for the input guys!!!
 

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Go to any old fashioned shoe repair shop, and they'll make you one for $50 or less. They'll even oil tan the leather.
I doubt the quality will be as good. You get what you pay for
 
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Got the info I need! Thanks again one and all!
 

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Purchased 3-4 different sheaths from them (single pliers, double pliers, release tool, snips,...). Inexpensive and high quality. $6-12 ea. Think the two I really liked was #67 & #69. You gotta check um out!
 

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Heritage Leather Co.

Purchased 3-4 different sheaths from them (single pliers, double pliers, release tool, snips,...). Inexpensive and high quality. $6-12 ea. Think the two I really liked was #67 & #69. You gotta check um out!

Really good info from you and the other guy on Heritage Leather Co. I just looked them up, and they have all kinds of stuff. Only problem is, I cant seem to find a price on the numerous sheaths they show? I also don't see where to order?

http://www.heritageleatherco.com/categories/Tool-Holders/

Solid tip though, thanks!

The unknown fisherman:p:
 

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skipjackrobert

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I figure if u spend 3k on a 10 day, 500.00 for a reel with line, and 400 for a rod, and have multiple set ups, dropping 100 to 150 on a sheath that will last a lifetime is a worthwhile investment. :)
 

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Looked at heritage website , those sheaths are cute .. Order a few so when your on the boat you look like a Mexican Gardner . Lol
Knock yourself out spending that $100+ on a little piece of leather to hold some pliars. You might want to check Heritage a little closer though, since their sheaths are for many different tools, and not just garden tools. Looks to me like they have sheaths that are molded to fit the channel lock dykes that it looks you possibly have in your picture.

Personally some of them look quite good IMO, and with a little Baseball glove oil, you can tan those bad boys up and make them look real good, even for a gucci sheath guy like you ;). And just think, at a cost of $15 or less for something that will serve the same purpose, look as good and last as long...... you might just be saving $100 or more which could go towards some more bitchen dykes!!! :)

The unknown fisherman:p: