I am probably wrong, but is it inverted on the chest connected to the LBV?
I've seen this mode in some pics.
I got a sheath for my 16 from Thrillbilly for my b-day, and I love this sheath.
I got a large tek- lok for it, and I tried vertical carry, which I like, then i tried scout carry which I hate, and then I heard about ranger carry.
I have no idea whatsoever what ranger carry is. Can someone tell me please?
I wanna try out all the carry options I can so I can see which one works best for me.
Oh, and Becker pics for your enjoyment.
Hey bud, someone screwed up your order. That is a 17 not a 16
Back on topic:
I believe Ranger carry is where it is inverted on your chest. At least that is what it seems to be from my slightly lacking google-fu this morning.
I think some consider "Ranger Carry" the same as "Scout" carry.
Thanks for all the quick replies guys.
But i do find it interesting that everybody thinks it is a different thing...
The reason I don't believe Scout and Ranger are the same, is cause Scout is for people that spend long times laying prone. Rangers don't do that, they are a more tactical unit. (Trying to stay somewhat on topic )
That said, I been carrying my 17 Ranger carry on my suspenders under my suit coat at work. (At least my understanding of what ranger carry is.) I also carry my 14 scout carry though.
I believe Ranger carry is a chest carry (like what Cbear and leatherman said).
What do you guys think of this idea: Chest rig with magnets under your dress shirt, with the 16/17 on top of the dress shirt, but under the jacket. Sheathless ranger carry!
I am of the opinion that Ranger carry is indeed inverted on a chest rig.
Flexxx carry is the way to go though.
I ranger carry is what it's called inverted on your chest, that's how I carry my 9 with my backpack.
I use the factory sheath with a small loop of paracord through the grommets near the bottom, then use a small carabiner to clip it to my shoulder strap. The sheath's belt loop goes on the backpack's belt.
scout carry-thats what I was thinking too.
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