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  1. #1
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    Junglas Sling, stupid simple, extemely comfortable.

    I have seen a few shots of folks with Junglas Slings but they are all done with the MOLLE backing on them, so I figured there are a lot of people who have tried this but since I can't find any photos I would post some.

    All I did was remove the MOLLE backing so I had just the Kydex sheath, I put split rings on the top and bottom and attached a should strap from a never been used Laptop case I have. It is very comfortable to wear and very quick and easy to use.

    I may get a nylon strap for it as the one I pinched from the laptop case is cotton and will be a sponge when wet, sorry about being in my undershirt I have a t-shirt on and snapped off the photos and realized a black shirt and black sheath and strap was hard to see LOL







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  2. #2
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    Great idea,Dough Boy,I really like it.

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    yea pretty simple and best part is fuctional with out a high cost
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    Quote Originally Posted by texastony View Post
    yea pretty simple and best part is fuctional with out a high cost
    I live on disability I am always looking for no cost solutions LOL
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    does it slide around alot?
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    when it is around on my back it stays in place very nicely and is very comfortable, a quick pull on the strap and it comes around front and is easy to draw with one hand, to put it back in the sheath you need both hands to hold the sheath steady but it is very functional and comfortable.
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    Great idea. Love these kind of simple solutions.
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    Pretty nifty DB.


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  9. #9
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    Always good to make use of stuff that's sitting around. I like this idea a lot.
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    Nice!!

    Behind the back like that opens up a lot of Crocodile Dundee possibilities...
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    I want to do something like that as well with my 3 or Izula for the piggy back blade. Along with a pouch. Kinds like the set up TTDobbs had.
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    I added a couple ESEE Pouches to my Junglas sheath as well, I have them here waiting for a Sheath that Godspeed is making up for me for my BK9 and I thought I would figure out a way to strap them to the Junglas in the mean time. When my new BK9 sheath comes in I will order a couple black pouches to replace them. I tied them on with gutted paracord, you'll notice on the back I did a cross pattern on one and not on the other, I was just playing around to see if either way worked better and it was the same on both so no difference at all.

    It isn't perfect but it is perfectly functional

    Here are the Photos:


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  13. #13
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    Cool, that shoulder strap idea would probably work on my #6 just as well. Thanks. I too have a strap on my computer bag that is not used.
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    Really cool idea! I'm going to use it

    But instead of 2 splitrings, i'm going to use 2 small "D" shackles

    Because a splitring is just a THIN piece of hardened wire and I can easely imagine breaking it if to much stress is on them.
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    Good thinking, DB.

    I did pretty much the same thing with my Junglas and a Janus pouch (motivated from the ol' Junglas/Janus thread).

    I'm cash tight myself - next time you're at the dreaded Walmart, check out their camping supply section and look for their adjustable nylon strap/belt. It's just a few bucks and has hook clips on each end.

    I used split rings for a while. The circular shape makes them pretty tough--don't put your weight on them, of course--and I also tried D Rings but I didn't like the metal-on-plastic sound. So I simply made a small loop with paracord to which to attach the clip(s) of the sling/strap.
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