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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Searl View Post
    I built a Sgian Dubh from a carving knife my father used to cut the Sunday Roast with.......it has a special sentimental value to me but even with a rather slender handle it does not fit as flat in the hose as it should
    Put it behind or beside the sporan then so the handle sticks up and can be got at.

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    Thanx for the suggestion

    Quote Originally Posted by Damion View Post
    Put it behind or beside the sporan then so the handle sticks up and can be got at.
    Thanx for the suggestion Damion, but I very seldom wear a Sgian Dubh when I'm kited, I suppose some might think it is a must..... but I'm alright without it This one has a great sentimental value as my ol' Da' use to cut the Sunday Roast with it when it was a full size carving knife

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    Ah, I thought you were lamenting that it was difficult to put in your sock and you wanted to carry it. Not wearing it is the better option then.

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