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  1. Sargent

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    3 days 3 nights ... most of the walk was 2 days.
     
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    Right on B. Sounds like a trek man. Cool pics too.
     
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    You have some skills with the camera B.
     
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    Nice trip, good to see so much green in your neck of the woods again.
     
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    Thanks Brian it looks awesome! I'm diggin' the Rio Rojo.
     
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    Something about this one. One of the nicest knives I've made. Just feels and looks right!
     
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    I don't normally reply and leave the pic but this one deserves it. That could be a painting.
     
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    Saw that after 12 miles. Really wanted to go down there but didn't want to sleep with the cows. I was beat at that point.
     
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    those mini M3s look amazing. I took my serechete out with my angler yesterday and didnt need a belt knife. The mini would go good there too I bet.
     
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    Good combo for sure. Caleb puts a mean edge on that CPM154.
     
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    i used to really, really like littleberry.
     
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    He ask for that because he knew you wanted one.
     
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    The evolution of your knives and sheaths..............just amazing:35:
     
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    Very nice Brian and Congrats to Littleberry.. I am just in LOVE with my Matilija.. :) It is just about the perfect size for most daily tasks.. Been carrying mine regularly, in my pocket as I type too.. :D
     
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    Beautiful.....seriously. I love the whole package.
     
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    Thank you Eddie, I'm trying. Think I've made some big design and skill set improvements.

    Best part about that knife is that I never finished it and it was a little broken in. I always like that, you can thrash on it and not worry about it.

    Thanks my man!

    Glad you like it Michael, I appreciate the support over the years.
     
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    Two more Great pieces for sure. Great Work @Sargent Looks like a great trek too!
     
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    Seeing as how you already have a 238... lol Nice work B! You're a man of many talents.
     
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    This! I want one for M&P Shield 9mm! :D
     
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    I got a few things I want to mold at Brian's shop LOL
     
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    Love the Matilija.
     
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    I love mine. I have a number I would sell off before my p238!
     
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    fine kit, brian ...
     
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    Yo B! I figure this is an ok place for this question if you don't mind.

    Where do you get the scales and cord for your primitives?
    I'm thinking about doing a primitive handle for one of the blanks I got from my bladesmithing course.
     
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    On the last batch of Serechete's I used a heavy duty jute that is designed to be actual cordage ... not just string. It's actually a little thinner but consistent.

    Good hemp is hard to get and expensive. The cheap stuff is really inconsistent, thick/thin/thick/thin.

    I can send you materials or see you in two weeks.
     
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    That belongs to a buddy of mine that is a general contractor. You can see the Sharpie marks on the grip. That was a good experience. Learned a lot of tricks. The taco is the smallest way you can do it but a lot harder. Eventually I'll get some blue guns and have stock holsters for some popular pieces.
     

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