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Old 07-23-2013, 11:11 PM
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trying to attach usmc fighting knife to molle vest anybody try this one?




or molle lock?

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Have you looked into this yet? $4.00

http://www.gunnyssurplus.com/molle-kbar-adapter.html
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Have you looked into this yet? $4.00

http://www.gunnyssurplus.com/molle-kbar-adapter.html
Yep, that's the same one I posted the link for a few days ago when a guy had a similar question. http://www.survivalistboards.com/sho...d.php?t=307384

This one works too for $1.00 or $.50 each if you buy 6 or more.http://www.gunnyssurplus.com/molle-a...-adapters.html
It is what I am currently using on my K-bar Kydex sheath and on my Buck 184.

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Ditto on above link. They are cheap and work well on many things!
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Have you looked into this yet? $4.00

http://www.gunnyssurplus.com/molle-kbar-adapter.html
yeah but for the life of me i cant figure out how it work can you post a video/pictures explaining it.
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yeah but for the life of me i cant figure out how it work can you post a video/pictures explaining it.
I will take a pic tonight. It's too easy. I will try to explain.

1. Hook one of the MOLLE connectors, on the adapter, to whatever you are wanting to mount the knife to.

2. Slide the knife sheath's belt loop onto the adapter.

3. Hook up the remaining MOLLE connector. Done!

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As promised here are some pics to help explain.

Once again, the instructions:

1. Hook one of the MOLLE connectors, on the adapter, to whatever you are wanting to mount the knife to.

2. Slide the knife sheath's belt loop onto the adapter.

3. Hook up the remaining MOLLE connector. Done!

I hope this helps.

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As promised here are some pics to help explain.

Once again, the instructions:

1. Hook one of the MOLLE connectors, on the adapter, to whatever you are wanting to mount the knife to.

2. Slide the knife sheath's belt loop onto the adapter.

3. Hook up the remaining MOLLE connector. Done!

I hope this helps.

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thank you very much i appreciate that but it seems like it would swing/move a lot
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http://www.specopsbrand.com/combat-m...eath-long.html

Will allow you to mount your USMC Camillus/Ka-Bar point down or point up on any MOLLE platform (vest, armor, pack, belt). You can also wear it on any non-MOLLE belt by running the belt through the sheath loops.
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thank you very much i appreciate that but it seems like it would swing/move a lot
If its hooked to a vest or whatnot where the tip hovers around the remaining molle then just tie the tip of the sheath into the molle. Won't move much at all. I tried to search some vids but doesn't seem to be much online. I will dig through my old gear and see if there is one that followed me home.
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http://www.grizzly-outdoors.com/shop...y-elite-sheath
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thank you very much i appreciate that but it seems like it would swing/move a lot
Yeah, I just used the mag shingle as a demonstration. Mount it on your vest and then put a zip tie through the holes at the bottom of the sheath and you're good to go.

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