Knex Knife Shoulder Scabbard

Introduction: Knex Knife Shoulder Scabbard

About: Hi guys! It's Ethan1023 (duh!). I'm a Christian, first and foremost, but I have a lot of other interests as well. I love Algebra. It's so useful! Also, PI. Right?

This is my K'Nex knife sheath. It fits over the shoulder. This is my first instructable, and I think it's pretty good. It's compatible with any K'Nex knife with a blade 1 connector thick (i.e. a tan connector).


Parts list:

Rods

Green-37

White-12

Blue-10

Yellow-4



Connectors

Light grey-2

Orange-4

Red-6

Green-8

Yellow-13

Blue 3D-8




Misc.

Blue spacers-8

Silver spacers-8

Tan locks-2

Y-clips-3

Chain links-11


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Step 1: The Sheath

Step 2: The Shoulder

Step 3: You're Done!

You're done! I hope you liked it. Now you can show your friends your awesome knife scabbard.

I did some mods to the original scabbard. One was complete shoulder armor (shown in pic. 2), and one was a double sheath. It's easy to make. You make two more sides (you made these in the second picture in step 1). Instead of using blue rods to hold it together, you use yellow rods. You then add any amount of spacers from 2-4 blue spacers between them. Add one side, a silver spacer per rod, and one more side.


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    4 Discussions

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    Ethan1023
    Ethan1023

    4 years ago

    Thanks. I really liked the one with shoulder armor, cuz it looked cool and when you wear this one, it's so overbalanced that unless you hold your (left) arm down on the chain, it falls backward.

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    tomatoskins
    tomatoskins

    4 years ago

    Very nice first instructable! Thanks for sharing and welcome to the community!