Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Brian asked I start a thread about the way I set up the sheath on my Companion. I apologize in advance for the blurriness of some pics. I took a basic Pull the Dot snap loop, typically they get used for setting gear up for IWB carry. Here's an example of my Glock 23 with Pull the Dot loop setup. Holster goes IWB, the unsnapped loop goes between your pants and belt, and loops under the bottom of the belt back to the top and snaps secure. To take that loop and make it work on my companion sheath, I just took the part that the screw runs through, and switched it to the other side of the loop. Screwed it on, and we're on to step 2. Now that the rig is done and ready to carry. With the sheath at your desired carry location, take the loop, and wrap it under the sheath, then it goes behind your belt. Pull over the top of the belt, and snap that bad boy shut. Now you're ready to go about your day. I really like having a small fixed blade carried horizontally, especially up front, because it allows easy access with either hand. So no matter what you're doing, as long as you have a hand free, you can fill it with a blade.