Quite a few throwing knives do not come with sheaths. Even if they do, it is not good for the blade to store it in the leather sheath for any period of time.
So what do you do to protect it when you’re not throwing it?
The fleece-lined Maxpedition E-14 Envelope throwing knife case is the one I use when I acquire a throwing knife that does not come with a sheath and I don’t need the room of the slightly bigger Maxpedition R-14 Razorshell.
The E-14 Envelope case is designed for medium-sized knives and any other precious items. It is lined with soft protective synthetic “shearling” yet is overall thin enough to not take up unnecessary room in the safe.
This case does not fit the big Mountain Bowie but it will fit most of the Tru-Bal line. It is an economical way to store each and every one of the knives in your collection.
Sorry for not showing it with a Tru-Bal throwing knife, but I couldn’t resist showing off the beautiful Brokenfeather “Bullseye Seeker” Mountain Bowie Throwing Knife that Joe Darrah made and personalized for me. Now I have something to throw at Mountain Man events!
You should know, if you happen to have one of Joe’s Gryphon throwing knives, by the way, that they just barely fit into one of these E-14 Envelope cases. Sometimes when that happens you need to go with the R-14 Razorshell, especially if you have a set.
Internal dimensions: 14 in x 3 in