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Kydex scabbard with quick-release strap system
Tight fit results in zero rattling
MOLLE and PALS compatible with High or Low Ride MOC Straps
Eyelets designed for 550 cord
Dual retention system, form fitting Kydex and BioThane strap with Pull-The-Dot snap makes the scabbard "jump ready"
Hole pattern is industry standard 1 1/2" x 3/4" configuration for many aftermarket adapters
Choice of Low Ride MOC straps (belt carry), High Ride MOC straps (MOLLE, Weapon sling or belt carry), or MOC Ring shoulder strap combo
Included with the purchase of any RMJ tomahawk
PLEASE NOTE: When ejecting a Berserker or Loggerhead model tomahawk from the scabbard, always pull the hammer poll side out first, before ejecting the forward edge! Doing so will prevent the scabbard from being damaged.
**Scabbard for trainer is adjusted. Rivets are removed from forward edge and spike end because trainer is thicker. It does not include retention strap.
Posted by Chief M Taback TPPD on 29th Jan 2016
All RMJ's products are so over built and robust they just exist in a class beyond anything else. This scabbard is very thick and has great retention. It is bomb proof and holds my axe secure.
Posted by JP on 20th Nov 2014
I purchased a scabbard for the Shrike trainer tomahawks, and I'm quite pleased with it. The trainer scabbard is the the same as for the live tomahawks, but is lacking the front two rivets, presumably to allow for the scabbard to open more, to accommodate what appear to be the thicker dimensions of the trainers' heads. The kydex used is of thick stock, and well formed. I went with the belt loop option, which is deceptively effective in its reliability, since it consists of just a couple of loops of 1" webbing run a few times through three horizontal slots on the top of the scabbard. I do have two suggestions, however...
The first is the corners of the scabbard need to be contoured, because twice now, I've scratched my index finger, to the point of drawing blood, when using the recommend rocking motion, to resheath the trainer. "Toughen up!" I would imagine would be the response of many, or to just wear gloves, however, with repeated drawing and resheathing a part of any part of combatives training involving edged weapons, those sharp corners will case unnecessary irritation to the user's hand. A quality of life issue, for sure, but a relatively easy fix. RMJ may or may not want to have their scabbard make take the time to sand down those corners, and the end user can easily do it themselves, its just a little detail that stuck-out, to me.
The second suggestion I would like to make, and this is specifically for the trainer scabbards, would be to make the scabbards based off of one of the trainer heads, and not the live version. This goes along with the with the resheathing issue from prior, as it exacerbates it. The "rock in" method of resheathing is effective, however, it is much more difficult, from what I observed in RMJ Tactical's promotional videos and couple others from independent reviewers, I believe, since the proportions on the head of the trainer seem to be thicker than those of the live Shrike and S13 tomahawks.
Overall, the scabbard is a very good product, and I am not disappointed with purchasing it at all. Rather, quite the opposite. I just have those to quality of life suggestions, to improve its performance, and even then, the second suggestion is exclusive to the trainer scabbard. I use the trainer and scabbard for combatives training, as well as to see how I can integrate the volume footprint of the item onto my gear. That is something I would suggest for anyone who is waiting on their live version to arrive or for the prospective buyer.
4/5 currently. Would be 5/5, with just those two tweaks I suggested.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jun 2014
Fits my shrike perfectly and priced very reasonably.
Posted by Stephen R. on 6th Nov 2013
I own an older Eagle Talon that came with the old top-load scabbard. After finding the the RMJ online store I purchased the bottom-load kydex scabbard and it is fantastic. Works great on beltloops, but I also bought the shoulder strap which I find is a very effective means to carry my Talon.
If you have not tried the offerings from RMJ Tactical you don't know what you're missing.