Summary: just in, a few Vaughn Neeley SF Survival Chute's with bead blasted blades and black linen micarta scales. I've only had a couple of these for sale, I've never seen one for sale on the secondary market. (ebay, etc.) Vaughn doesn't make many of these as the shoulder rigs are a big pain in the ass and extremely time consuming. The shoulder straps can be unsnapped and the sheath worn solo on the belt, with the belt slits the methods of carry / attachement are limitless. Brand new from the maker, the knife and sheath are both in mint condition.
Note: Vaughn has gone great lengths and created a cardboard template for the shoulder rig so it's simple to get the straps right. (see photos) Additionally, there are instructions as to how to trim the leather should you wish to customize the sheath for a perfect fit.
12 photos of the #047 knife for review (047 has sold), this is the #044 knife and it is in mint condition. As shown, a new black canvas carry case is included. (everything will be packed exceptionally well) If you're missing this model in your collection, grab it up quick as it's priced to sell. The sheath / shoulder rig combination is $300 stand alone, this is a great value at $625. Satisfaction guaranteed -- thanks and good luck.
Steel: 6-1/2" ATS34 - Double Edged Hollow Ground Blade From 3/16" Stock - Black Linen Micarta Handle - Pancake style leather sheath may be worn on a belt or attached to leather shoulder rig. Sheath securely holds knife in any position. Unique thumb release for one-hand quick draw.