Re: >Sheath Knife Problem
Michael Rogero Brown (michaelb@SUNRISE.CSE.FAU.EDU)
Fri, 24 Sep 1993 13:13:04 EDT
> RE>>Sheath Knife Problem
> May I get a point of clarification -- Is it a Sheath Knife or a Continuous
> Blade knife that is forbidden. Point being that pocketknives and locking
> blade folding knives can be carried in a Sheath on a Scouts belt. As one
> who has quite a collection of knives and realizing that each knife I own as
> a specific purpose, I normally carry one knife on any camping activity. It
> is a Swiss Army Knife, but because of its features it does not carry well in
> my pocket. Thus I have a leather 'Sheath' to carry it on my belt.
Personally I never think of these as `Sheaths' but as 'Carrying Cases'.
Sheaths (as someone else pointed out) apply only to knives whose blades do
not fold: `Survival Knives' etc.
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