The Magua is a really nice size for me as a small/middle sized fix blade. The knife came with a really fantastic sheath. The sheath is a work of art. I would wreck the sheath in short order if I were to use it in the wild, so I am going to keep it nice and safe in my knife storage. After playing around with it a while, I decided that the overall length of the knife would make it a really nice knife for scout carry. I approached this sheath like I did the the sheath for the Hornet. Kydex is the material that I have access to that survives well in the places I go with knives. I made this sheath with nice rounded edges so that it wouldn't snag on anything while walking through the bush. The smooth edges also make it fit nicely in a pocket. I spend a significant amount of time in gun and knife free (read free fire) zones. If they don't see the knife, I don't have it. When it is riding in a pocket, the knife doesn't print. Flip it over and you can see the belt loops. I made the grommet holes at intervals so that the sheath is molle compatible. It lashes to a pack strap very nicely. I have had some problems lashing larger knives to pack straps before, because there simply isn't enough room. The Magua works very well mounted on a pack strap. The main reason I would lash a knife to my pack strap is so that I can look cool in the photos. One final feature, is that should I decide to carry it in the vertical orientation on a belt, I can either lash it to the belt or make an accessory loop to attach to the top 2 grommets using Chicago screws. I haven't made the loop yet because I don't anticipate carrying it that way, but the option is there.