Junglas-II

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    I got in some bow drill practice with my little man a few weeks ago. It was a great day to walk the woods and collect all of my "go to" plants for a bird's nest. @480 RUGER what pouch is that and how did you attach it? I currently have my sheath set up with the "large" ESEE 5/6 sheath pouch, a kydex ½" ferro rod loop, and an old mil-surp AK pattern rifle sling. I'd like to use the ESEE sheath pouch for my GB 6HM.
     
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    It's a maxpedition pouch I don't recall the model exactly but it has a sleeve on the back pretty much like you see on the front with the Velcro strip built in. I just added an industrial strength Velcro strip to the front of the sheath, slid it in with a piece of plastic between the hook and loop pulled out the plastic and stuck them together. It is super secure and looks like it was made that way.
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    @480 RUGER nice brother. I really appreciate you getting back to me and kicking me an extra pic. That helps me out big time.
     
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    It is a Maxpedition Janus pouch I believe. I would check Amazon if you have it as they have always seem to have the lowest price on maxpedition gear I have found. Be warned that here is a significant difference in price for each color. I have seen them going almost double for some colors.
     
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    Danke schoen. I'm a shameless Amazon skank so I'll be sure to check out their selection. Thanks for taking the time to catch this and respond Dane.
     
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    Amazon pretty well put ebay out of my vocabulary. Much more straightforward.
     
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    Anybody got pics of a Junglass II, and an original six side by side for comparison? I'm thinking they're pretty close in size? ;)
     
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    No pics, bur there's a substantial size difference imho (about 2" cutting and blade length)

    Junglas 2:
    • Overall Length: 14.5″
    • Cutting Edge Length: 7.75″
    • Overall Blade Length: 8.38″

    Esee6:
    • Overall Length: 11.75″
    • Cutting Edge Length: 5.75″
    • Overall Blade Length: 6.50″
     
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    Thanks, aside from weight, this is exactly what I wanted to know.
     
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    A significant difference. The JII is quite a bit heavier though I don't have the actual weights.


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    Thanks, that's what I wanted to see. :cool:
     
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    Do you even chop bro? :D Here's the beast with my baldric rig. I've been meaning to get a pic of my kit on here. It's an old ak rifle sling, a shackle, the large sheath pouch, and a ½" kydex loop and ferro rod. Tonight we're getting around a campfire for smores so I had to go and chop down some palmetto fronds for marshmallow skewers.
     
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    I love seeing I’m not the only one running a large sheath pouch that way. Very similar setup on my J1 sheath, just have a chest wader belt and Tek Loks in the place of he AK slink and shackle.
     
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    I stripped, blued, and squared mine this weekend. It was a fun little project.
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