Step 5: Adjust, Clean up, and Enjoy!
2) Make any adjustments. Move the strap forward or backwards to get it just right. I like having about 1/2 of the handle hanging out the side. This way it is largely concealed yet still easily accessible.
3) Try on packs. If you are a backpacker or hiker, try on your equipment with the knife on. I had no problem with all 3 of my packs, small dayhike pack, an overnight pack, and my large osprey aether 70.
4) Cut off and melt any excess cord. Remember to leave at least a bit to ensure it doesn't come unraveled. Melt the ends with the lighter.
5) Draw your knife and resheath it a few times. Doesn't it feel nice? To put the blade away, you can just glance and put it back. I have gotten use to a sort of samurai thing where I use the flat part of the blade to feel the outside of the sheath and put it in.