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Ranger Carry?

Discussion in 'Becker Knife & Tool' started by MrKnifekid, May 16, 2012.

  1. MrKnifekid

    MrKnifekid

    Aug 1, 2011
    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.

    thanks.

    Oh, and Becker pics for your enjoyment.

    [​IMG]

    MKK
     
  2. leatherman

    leatherman leathermoderator Moderator

    Nov 30, 2001
    I am probably wrong, but is it inverted on the chest connected to the LBV?

    I've seen this mode in some pics.
     
  3. Chameleonbear

    Chameleonbear

    Aug 14, 2008
    Hey bud, someone screwed up your order. That is a 17 not a 16 :D

    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.
     
  4. C_Tanner

    C_Tanner

    Feb 21, 2011
    I think some consider "Ranger Carry" the same as "Scout" carry.
     
  5. MrKnifekid

    MrKnifekid

    Aug 1, 2011
    Thanks for all the quick replies guys.

    But i do find it interesting that everybody thinks it is a different thing...
     
  6. Chameleonbear

    Chameleonbear

    Aug 14, 2008
    First two replies were the same...
     
  7. MrKnifekid

    MrKnifekid

    Aug 1, 2011
    I know that, but the 3rd wasn't.
     
  8. Chameleonbear

    Chameleonbear

    Aug 14, 2008
    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 :D)


    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.
     
  9. oXide

    oXide

    Feb 16, 2012
    I believe Ranger carry is a chest carry (like what Cbear and leatherman said).
     
  10. Kabarcamper

    Kabarcamper

    551
    Dec 31, 2011
    Thats bad-ass. Now i need a set of suspenders for all those dressy occasions. 17 at a barmitsva check, 16 at a wedding check !!!! "Ill baton that cake for you, becker to the rescue"
     
  11. oXide

    oXide

    Feb 16, 2012
    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!
     
  12. InquisitorLord

    InquisitorLord

    Jun 4, 2011
    Fine if you don't want to move or you round off the edge..... ;)
     
  13. MikeyJ

    MikeyJ

    Apr 30, 2010
    I am of the opinion that Ranger carry is indeed inverted on a chest rig.

    Flexxx carry is the way to go though. :D
     
  14. rokclmb

    rokclmb

    687
    May 21, 2011
    I ranger carry is what it's called inverted on your chest, that's how I carry my 9 with my backpack.

    [​IMG]

    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.
     
  15. Crewdawg

    Crewdawg

    926
    Mar 8, 2011
    Might mess with your pacemaker...:D
    Or your credit cards if you keep your wallet in an inside suit coat pocket.
     
  16. Crewdawg

    Crewdawg

    926
    Mar 8, 2011
    Cool idea!:thumbup:
     
  17. thatotherguy

    thatotherguy

    Oct 9, 2011
    scout carry-thats what I was thinking too.
     

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