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We supply field tested gear from well known brands such as Benchmade, Gerber, Victorinox, KA-BAR, Morakniv and more. Learn more. I know there are a lot of shops that do custom-made kydex sheaths, but I’m hesitant to recommend a site since I’ve never ordered a custom sheath from someone online. Watch ; SCHRADE Tactical Black Full Tang DROP POINT Fixed Blade Knife + Sheath! You’re seeing this ad based on the product’s relevance to your search query.

We are currently testing this knife out, and we will link from this article to the review once it is done. This is the kind of thing Condor excels at.

On most belts the Little River Bowie sags a bit due to the fact that it is not adjustable. From a bushcraft standpoint the Principle checks a lot of boxes. It’s compact and has a pretty quick deployment with grippy rubber handles. Not sure about the belt, though. This will be a tricky knife to carry scout style for right handed people, as the thing is pretty much fixed to make the handle ride to the left. This was meant to ride easy on the belt or wherever you need to pack it on a boat, so don’t worry too much about how well the sheath holds the knife so much as where you plan on keeping the thing. The TT Mission Pack MK II... Medic accessories bag vertical with generous interior. This is a fairly new company and the Tracker X is an even newer knife that seems well in the competitive range with Esee knives.. Off Grid is primarily a folding knife company, but they have recently jumped into the fixed blade game with some great  knives including the Tracker X. Copywriter with vague delusions of grandeur.

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See each listing for international shipping options and costs. It’s always nice when knife companies listen to their customers, and that’s what it looks like Gerber was doing.

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But let’s do the review dance anyway: The Guardian 3 is a pretty simple survival knife (the best ones usually are), but there’s an odd number of straight lines to it.

I can’t think of anything closer to what you described, though. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. The Little River Bowie works well as a horizontal or scout carry option right out of the box, but the Tek Lok attachment is a cheap way to add versatility and durability. It is a horizontal only carry only sheath with retention straps that are tight enough to hold snugly to most of my larger backpacks. £19.99

There are a lot of knives made for horizontal carry under the “tactical” category, but most of the time it feels more like a gimmick than an actually functional design (either that or a copy). The sturdy sheath is extremely versatile and can be set up for left or right handed horizontal or vertical carry. This is a new-ish knife, but it’s an old school design. It’s only technically a horizontal carry because of the angle of the tang.

The handle is a great shape for larger hands. Click here to read our Tracker X review. This is probably the most subtle knife on this list, and certainly the one I’ve carried the most. Something went wrong.



Around $130 at BHQ. Generally when you’re wearing it, the blade with still be mostly up and down, but the handle should ride horizontal. The flat grind is great for feather sticking or camp fire food prep. The Bradford Guardian sheath is ambidextrous for both front horizontal carry or scout (back) horizontal carry. I won’t speak to the functionality of that view, but I will say that his knives are pretty sweet, and Spyderco takes them to a very functional level. 4.5 out of 5 stars 604. It has a strong reversible belt clip that can fit the knife as easily on the belt as on the inside of your waistband. As great as the knife itself is, I think that’s probably one of my favorite features about the Rat 3. In fact some people complain it’s a little too snug. And of course the scout carry is great for hiking if you have intrusively fat legs that rub against vertical fixed-blades any time you attempt a maneuver more complicated than heaving yourself straight forward and praying to God that the heart attack holds off long enough for you to eat one more jalapeno bacon burger in your life. This is a sturdy little blade with a thick spine, and more than a few things that make it feel similar to the Guardian 3. This is easily one of the most popular knives, not just for horizontal carry, but for survival and fixed-blade EDC in general. There’s also a little more handle and blade to work with overall, which is nice for actually using the knife, but could create some legal trouble depending on how and where you carry the knife. Top Rated Plus. Sort By.

It comes in a drop point and a trailing point design that both come in at the same size and price, and the handle is a good simple shape that just fits the hand with a lot of grippy material. The only thing that might hold you back is the size. It has a brutal spear point and thick G-10 scales that grip the hand like they have a grudge. Do you guys make a horizontal sheath for an elk ridge Fixed Blade Knife •9.5″ Overall •440 Stainless Steel Blade With Double Blood Groove. This is very much a reliable survival knife on and in the water. Top brands such as BENCHMADE, Gerber, Fischer, Old Bear, Marttiini and more.

View as Grid List. Apparently the inspiration came from butchers and fishmongers in Vietnam, so this is very much meant for food prep in the field, especially in combination with the Kydex sheath and adjustable clip.

It uses belt loops instead of clips that you can unscrew and move to be horizontal or vertical carry. It’s starting to feel like no list of fixed-blade knives will be complete without the Guardian 3, no matter how specific it is. A lot of law enforcement actually do carry this knife. They should be compatible with pretty much every Kydex sheath.

The sheath and belt clip look to the be the same as the Ronin 2, and based on my experience with that I can say that it will be a little frustrating to convert to horizontal carry at first unless you have a magnetized torx screwdriver.

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