Most of you reading this that carry a knife probably carry it on your strong (right) side. That may not be the best spot. If you carry just a simple buck knife, a switch blade, a locking style or a machete, knowing how to carry it in the right spot is a must. The guys over at the Sig Sauer Academy have some pointers as to where you should carry a blade and why.

A knife is not only a utility tool, but can also be a secondary weapon for most of us concealed carry folk. By carrying on your strong side, we are significantly increasing the risk of hamperingif not eliminating our ability to access the knife in the case of a gun grab. No matter what direction the gun grab may originate, our first reaction is to clamp down on the attacker's hand with our dominant weapon side hand.

I carry the Buck Cutback myself. What about you?