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Thread: Holster for Lesche digger

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    Holster for Lesche digger

    I have a couple of the little Lesche diggers but the nylon or whatever holsters are wearing out. They get frayed by the teeth on the side of the digger then it snags when I'm getting it out. Does anyone know of a place that a heavy duty leather holster can be bought for a lesche digger?

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    I have a different digger (Ironclad Viking digger), but I went to the tactical/surplus store and picked up a small arms leg drop holster.
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    Take it to a local leather worker or even a gun show and find someone who makes gun holsters or knife sheaths and see if they can make you one. Hmm not a bad idea actually might have to check out next gun show that comes here. Now see what you did sheesh
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    I believe there are leather ones on ebay,, if not check with Serious Detecting out of michigan,, I think that is their seller name on ebay also.
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    Buzz Wilson (goes by Swingbot on Treasurenet) custom makes high quality leather sheaths. Heís used to sell them here but it doesnít look like he has logged on in a few months, so Iím not sure if youíd be able to get ahold of him directly. If not, just google his name and youíll find his products for sale at various online outlets. He makes a few variations but the one below is the plain Lesche holder. Other styles include a built in holder for a pinpointer too.
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    I personally didn't like the sheath because the teeth would catch so I use a clip on hammer holder from Lowes. Haven't had the digger fall out once.
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/3-cu-in-Lea...uch/1000172223
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/AWP-88-cu-i...-Pouch/3399894
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    SJV... thanks that is exactly what I've been looking for.
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    There was a fellow who made a very nice sheath out of PVC pipe and used a heat gun to flatten and shape it. You might do a search for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjvalleyhunter View Post
    Buzz Wilson (goes by Swingbot on Treasurenet) custom makes high quality leather sheaths. He’s used to sell them here but it doesn’t look like he has logged on in a few months, so I’m not sure if you’d be able to get ahold of him directly. If not, just google his name and you’ll find his products for sale at various online outlets. He makes a few variations but the one below is the plain Lesche holder. Other styles include a built in holder for a pinpointer too.
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    Are they made of thick leather or are they on the thin side, I bought one somewhere a while back but it's pretty thin so I put the nylon sheath inside the leather one. I would like to get a thick heavy duty one if it's not too pricy. HH
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    Holster for Lesche digger

    Quote Originally Posted by wingmaster View Post
    Are they made of thick leather or are they on the thin side, I bought one somewhere a while back but it's pretty thin so I put the nylon sheath inside the leather one. I would like to get a thick heavy duty one if it's not too pricy. HH
    From my recollection they made from are pretty thick leather. I personally donít own one, but I know a number of people who do and they all love them. I also met Buzz a couple of years ago at a park we were both detecting. He showed me his and it seemed to be of very good quality. Super nice guy, too. I have my own setup when go detect and it works for me, so Iíve just never changed my ways and bought one.

    I just looked and Buzz is active on Facebook. He has a bunch of posts showing his various products and what heís currently selling. Iím sure he can answer any questions folks have.

    https://m.facebook.com/buzz.wilson.568

    There are also a few unboxing videos on YouTube that may help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eman1000 View Post
    I personally didn't like the sheath because the teeth would catch so I use a clip on hammer holder from Lowes. Haven't had the digger fall out once.
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/3-cu-in-Lea...uch/1000172223
    https://www.lowes.com/pd/AWP-88-cu-i...-Pouch/3399894
    been using one of those for my shovel...works great and haven't had the shovel fall out yet

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    I just picked up one of these on Amazon. It is a little long for the Lesche, but seems to work well for under $30.
    All rivets - not stitched.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Can't beat the buzz Wilson bomb. It is great. I have the pinpoint holder on the side very high quality product.

 

 

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