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Have a pair of leather riding chaps and looking for a knife to go with it any Suggestions ? Not to sound stupid but how do you keep the knife from piercing the chaps ? Would you use a sheath. I got the chaps from Will and it has a place on the side for a small knife.
 
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Can't you use a folding knife?
 
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neck knife


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Why don't you simply ask Will? Big Grin He's used them and has sold a number of them. He should know what kind of knife would work best with them. And, please report back to us on what he says. Big Grin
 
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I asked Will he suggested folding knife . Now just need to to figure out which folding knife.
 
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You could do a scout carry. A horizontal sheath attached to the belt on your back.


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You could do a scout carry. A horizontal sheath attached to the belt on your back.


That could hurt if you were bucked off. Big Grin

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Yes, ask the cops who have taken a bad fall with a small-of-the-back handgun carry.


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I see a lot of people selling side or cross cary sheaths for cowboys.

http://www.cowboyway.com/KnifeSheath01.htm


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Chaps - Shotgun or batwings?
 
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I'd get a Barlow and call it good.


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Any good quality lock blade folding knife, I carry one in my chap pocket. A buck or a case...not in the small of your back, that's against the cantle of the saddle, could be a problem..I carry a large PUMA 4" blade..

Will has only chinks as I recall, but shotguns, batwings, or chinks, its all the same for a knife carry..


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