Posted October 12, 2010 by andrew
The Biotac knife harness, designed by Ed Van Hoy and produced by Columbia River, will change the way you carry your fixed blade knives. Particularly great for neck knives, the Biotac allows you to position your knife comfortably in six basic inverted positions, and it is fully adjustable so that you can position it the way you like. The Biotac requires a positive locking sheath, with a snap or detent to hold the knife securely, because of the inverted carry. It works great for both open and concealed carry.
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More information from Columbia River:
This lightweight Ed Van Hoy fixed-blade carry system allows maximum flexibility.
The Biotac fixed-blade carry system, designed by noted custom knifemaker and inventor Ed Van Hoy, uses nylon cord and a locking slider to place a knife in almost any inverted carry position desired. It is designed for carry of fixed-blade knives of all sizes which have a positive locking sheath with a detent or snap to securely hold the knife in place, such as those typically made of Zytel or Kydex.
Carry options include 1. Standard carry around the neck, fully adjustable for length; 2. Bio neck carry with underarm retention; 3. Bio neck carry with halter retention; 4. Waist carry, left or right; 5. Under shoulder carry with underarm retention; and 6. Small of back carry with dual shoulder cords.
The system works comfortably with open or concealed carry, and is adjustable to handle small to very large fixed blades. It is simple, lightweight, and inexpensive.
- Length: To fit 50” (127 cm) chest
- Cord: Mil-Spec 550 Parachute Cord