Discussion in 'Sargent Edged Tools' started by Sargent, Feb 10, 2013.
You might dethrone Calafia as best indian.
I like them too. They are leading me to a whole different style of leather work in the near future.
Here's the latest though. Scandidex. lol
IMG_3808 by Brian Sargent, on Flickr
Ohhhh, would said dethroning include a SET shaman?
I'm sure that would lead to arm wrestling.
Well done sir!
Thanks, the next ones will be dialed in a little more.
Looks Great @Sargent
That scandidex sheath in awesome B !!
That kydex must be a b!tch to back sew! In all seriousness, that looks great, B!
I'm not showing the backside!
Man oh man!
That is awesome Brian! The baldric carry option is super cool .
In a camp/bushcraft scenario I like baldric carry like that.
I'll be gone for a few days.
Very nice, I like!
Hope it's something fun Brian! Living the great work and looking forward to seeing what else you come up with!
Hope it's for some fun and all is well there.
Thanks guys. Josh's wife is an RN so she has a varied work schedule, mostly weekends. Josh throws out dates that he can backpack on. Always during the week so the trails are less crowded. Frees up weekend time for me with the kids but hurts my work out put once a month or so. We made it to a site that I'd tried to find twice before. It's what got me started in backpacking a long time ago. A lot of it is off trail in some twisted steep rocky chapparral country. I've been trying to transition into minimalist footwear ... so far I'm getting a lot better but my lower legs are still weak. IT band issues in both knees and I destroyed my calves. When we got to the truck Josh said "Well you found it but still had to pay for it!". I can barely walk right now but it was worth it!
IMG_4025 by Brian Sargent, on Flickr
Had my newest Sargent show up yesterday and, fellas, I've got to brag on this one a bit!!!
It's a 1/8" convex hunter and I don't have the words for how sharp this thing is...
The fit and finish are second to none and the polished edge could easily replace my signal mirror!
I'm pretty sure Brian is his own toughest critic so so the leatherwork took a couple tries to get his stamp of approval, both were generously included in the purchase!. That is what he said but I'm more under the impression that multiple sheaths are required to contain this laser of a knife! The pull the dot is an awesome touch that improves this set up for me tremendously!
Rarely have I purchased a knife that I felt was perfect but I would honestly change nothing about this one! It has made me give a second thought to what I need in a custom knife!
Hope ya had a great get away buddy and thanks for all the hard work!
And 1 with its cousins....
Thank you buddy, I really appreciate it. Looks like you have a nice set of tools there.
Any possibility of a flat ground 3/32 Mini M3 Matilija down the road?
I agree but I'm still missing a couple! Wish I could take all the credit but their is the fella named Brian, I'm told, that keeps putting out blades I can't pass up!
Missed your post today but I'll be watching it like a hawk from now on....dang those knives were nice, congrats to the lucky new owners!