Intersted to hear if anyone has any experience with a horizontal sheath carry on belt. I've carried a knife most everyday since I was kid and like most have carried many different configurations. At one time it was a Buck 110 in the standard issue vertical sheath. I realized that it was very bulky and got hung up a lot at work and retired the 110 to occasional use when a large blade was needed, mostly during deer season now. I went through a period of somewhat expensive Benchmade and Spyderco clip knives in the pocket but decided they weren't the most cost effective for a work knife. Also the larger clip knives tend to dig in to the leg at work when climbing ladders. Lately I've reverted back to a three blade Old Timer my dad gave me for my tenth birthday. It's been in and out of rotation for 24 years now and shows it. Even the Old Timer can be agrivating when laying in a ditch welding pipe. So I've been contemplating trying the horizontal sheath with my 112 Buck. I've done some looking around and there seems to be some nice streamline leather friction retention sheaths being made. I'd love to hear if anyone has any luck with this. I know working out in New Mexico I saw several people using this method but never considered asking about it.