Discussion in 'Sargent Edged Tools' started by Sargent, Feb 10, 2013.
3 days 3 nights ... most of the walk was 2 days.
Right on B. Sounds like a trek man. Cool pics too.
You and CB need to go with us.
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You have some skills with the camera B.
Nice trip, good to see so much green in your neck of the woods again.
Thanks Brian it looks awesome! I'm diggin' the Rio Rojo.
Something about this one. One of the nicest knives I've made. Just feels and looks right!
I don't normally reply and leave the pic but this one deserves it. That could be a painting.
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.
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.
Good combo for sure. Caleb puts a mean edge on that CPM154.
Thought I'd post up some pics of Littleberrys' Matilija ...
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i used to really, really like littleberry.
M3BS NFG variant with latest Superduty sheath pattern.
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He ask for that because he knew you wanted one.
The evolution of your knives and sheaths..............just amazing
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..
Beautiful.....seriously. I love the whole package.
I had M1 and M3 but this handle shape must be one of the sexiest yet. Just gorgeous.
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!
Seeing as how you already have a 238... lol Nice work B! You're a man of many talents.
That thing is rad!!!!
This! I want one for M&P Shield 9mm!
I got a few things I want to mold at Brian's shop LOL
How does that handle? Nearly purchased one a while back. Great holster.
Love the Matilija.
I love mine. I have a number I would sell off before my p238!
Dude ...... that's all I can say ....dude !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
fine kit, brian ...
Love the scales on this.
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.
THAT.... is perfection.
I must have it.
Time to engage the evil genius side of my brain....
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.
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.
Hey B, when you coming to the desert with us? I'll warn you, things can get weird, lol.
Looks pretty normal to me lol
Gotta live right? Only weird thing I see is the wheel gun pointed at the dudes face.
Doing a batch of backsewns'. They are taking a nice honey color.
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Some of the latest.
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what's up with that bone-handled knife?
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I picked up some oak scales and hemp cord that's for making jewelry, it's pretty consistent so now I'm just waiting on my G flex to come in and I'll get after it!
That looks fantastic! Are you using Hermann Oak leather for everything now?
This!!! I want one...
@Calafia666 what is this?
Bad trail pics. I've seen this in the SMM and a few other spots. It doesn't bloom in the droughts.
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Hmmm I'm not 100 percent sure. I'll have to crack open a book or two to find out.
I remember huge bushes of it at Arroyo Sequit. They get bright pink and purple. Hummingbirds love it, watched them fight over it.
Im not sure what that is either
@Sargent, can non-native, Texas rednecks play, too? lol My guess would be wooly blue curls (trichostema lanatum). Or that's what my re(google)search has led me to believe.
Wait, what's the prize?
Man, I'm really digging the pull the dot on your new leatherwork! Looking forward to the quick release, that is an awesome addition!
Your innovations are outrunning my wallet, guess a little overtime is in order!....Thanks for all the hard work buddy, looks great!