behind-waist

In Pants Pocket
Ripp-Cord
In Jacket Pocket
Ripp-Cord
The Ripp-Cord is a a pocket deployment option that will work with the sheaths that are already on your fixed blade
knives, including the bikini sheath that comes with every HideAway.
After 3 times attaching a Ripp-Cord, you'll be able to do it in 5 seconds. Yet another reason to not leave your knife at
home.

You'll learn that you want to attach the screw at the release point for your knife's sheath. Where is that? It will be
obvious to you after a little experimentation. Kerambits are tricky in that they need 2 points of attachment, since the
draw is through an arc.
2 video clips are loading above that illustrate the Ripp-Cord being used in pants pocket and jacket pocket deployment.
Can you see the videos above? If not, please email me at info@hideawayknife.com
Is an edge better in your jacket pocket or in a drawer at home?
Position knife for draw. Experiment
with several different positions.
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3)
Snap Bro Clip around upper
pocket seam.
Draw.
After 3 times attaching a Ripp-Cord, you'll be able to do it in 5 seconds. Yet another reason to not leave your knife at
home. Wear 2 jackets? Get 2 Ripp-Cords and keep 1 knife in each pocket, so you don't have to switch back and forth.

You'll learn that you want to attach the screw at the release point for your knife's sheath. Where is that? It will be
obvious to you after a little experimentation. Kerambits are tricky in that they need 2 points of attachment, since the
draw is through an arc.
HideAways are custom fit to your hand for retention and speed. Please measure twice.
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