The review below may be based on the deceiving picture. I thought exactly the same as that reviewer and he still may be correct. However, I think the belt loops at the top of the pic are actually to hold the sword, the front one adjusts to fit my scabbard. The big loops, which I too thought were for the sword, may actually be the belt loops. If you rotate the pic, this a left-sided, right-handed draw frog mistakenly shown as right handed. The adjustment feature is not for sword size, but for setting the angle. Unfortunately, I now own a left handed frog like this. I think I can turn it around, rework it some and make it close to right. I see no option for right or left in the order form
January 05, 2015
The smallest sword this will hold is as wide as my hand, and just as thick. I didn't buy the broad-sword hanger. I bought this other one. It could easily hold a sword 4 or 5 inches wide. It is so loose that it is worthless on my 2 inch wide sword, it would just fall through, scabbard and all if it weren't for the cross guard. But as soon as I remove the sword, the scabbard falls to the floor. And that's with the belts tightened all the way down!
December 10, 2009