What is sheath knife handedness?

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Sheath knife handedness refers to the user’s dominant hand in relation to a sheath knife. At the moment we offer just one of our sheath knives (the Lynx) in which the sheath is molded differently for righties and lefties. If you choose a right sheath, what you get is a sheath that would be worn on the right hip and be handled with the right hand. The spine of the blade faces forward so when you grab it, it’s in its natural position in your hand. Likewise, a left sheath is worn on the left side and drawn with the left hand. The knife’s spin faces forward, same as for the right.

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