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How can I carry this knife?

Discussion in 'Sheaths & Such' started by ZIVANOVIC, Jan 24, 2020.

  1. ZIVANOVIC

    ZIVANOVIC

    18
    Aug 27, 2019
    Hello!

    I have a Böker Arbolito Buffalo Soul II knife. The sheath is beautiful, but I can't carry it on my belt, because it's not have a belt loop. Now the knife have 3 holes on it, but I think this knife is too heavy and big as a neck knife(?).

    What do you think?

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  2. Hengelo_77

    Hengelo_77 Basic Member Basic Member

    Mar 2, 2006
    Stitch a belt loop behind the upper part oh she sheath
     
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  3. Private Klink

    Private Klink Gold Member Gold Member

    May 30, 2017
    or make a couple of holes and rivet a loop in place.
     
  4. CThompson

    CThompson C.Thompson Knives Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    56
    Feb 6, 2018
    IDK, if it were me, I would keep that sheath original and make another sheath designed to carry as I like. That is a really nice knife by the way...love those!
     
  5. Dogdrawz

    Dogdrawz Gold Member Gold Member

    Aug 15, 2016
    ^^^ This. I think I have one sheath per fixed blade in each type of material. Leather, nylon, kydex, some sort of ABS plastic & a fiber reinforced nylon plastic. At the end of it all, they all work & choice is personal preference.
     
  6. Zorobabel

    Zorobabel

    21
    Nov 6, 2019
    Unless it was designed with the assumption that the user would attach a loop best fitting his needs, I don't see the purpose of a sheath like that.
     
  7. hhmoore

    hhmoore Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 7, 2014
    A neck knife that utilizes a retention strap like that would be more annoying than most, IMO. You could pocket carry the sheath; but, again, the retention strap would be a hindrance.
    Best method for carry, imo, would be strong side hand, arm down, blade to the rear & elevated. You could carry out front; but that would likely worry passersby... especially if you go with a flat affect, with a bit of leg drag.
     

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