Replacement Sheath for 6150 499 Air Force Survival Knife | Ontario 6152

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Replacement Sheath for the Ontario 6150 499 Air Force Survival Knife, OKC Part Number #6152


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Brown Leather Sheath with the sharpening stone fits the Ontario 6150 499 Air Force Survival Knife.


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  • 5
    Replacement Sheath for 6150 499 Air Force Survival Knife

    Posted by Tim Panko on Jul 4th 2019

    Bought a 499 survival knife for a buck with no sheath. Purchased this replacement sheath, great quality and fit.

  • 5
    Replacement sheath for 6150 499 Airfrce Survival knife

    Posted by Andy Busutil on Jun 27th 2019

    Happy with purchase, good quality leather, comes with sharpening stone. Perfect fit

  • 5
    Pilots Survival Knife Replacement Sheath w/ sharpening stone

    Posted by John L. on May 22nd 2019

    This sheath was a replacement for my 1994 Ontario Knife, that had seen a little too much foul weather and was beyond repair. The knife was rebuilt with a new leather stacked handle, cleaned and resharpened. Quality of the sheath is top of the line and on par with my other Ontario Pilot knife which I have had since 1989. Very good product! will last the years, with proper care. I am very glad it was still available.

  • 3
    Replacement Sheath

    Posted by Cesar Licea on Apr 22nd 2019

    Sheath is small for OKC blade by 1/2 inch in holster. Handle tab hardware is placed short of the width of the handle and loop does not close properly. When inserting blade into sheath, improperly place hardware scratches the oxide coating of the OKC blade. Nice to find a replacement sheath, disappointed its not to standard.

  • 4
    Good replacement sheath

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 7th 2019

    My 1968 air force survival knife wasn’t getting used because the sheath was falling apart. The brass studs holding it together were heavily corroded. This new sheath is a tight fit but should soften up after a coat of neetsfoot oul. The studs are black painted nickel and hopefully last a long time. I’m ok with the plastic reinforcement at the end of the sheath which my old sheath did not have. My old knife may not be Ontario (marked Camillus 1968) and therefore the strap is tight to fit around the handle, but it works.