Jeez, what do you want from me?!

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  1. Phantom X

    Phantom X Jack-of-all-trades Hobbyist Supporter Bushclass I

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    No seriously...what do you want?


    This thread is for posting what you'd like me to make you. Whether it be a pouch set, or a pad, or something new.


    *I am not saying I will make it. (But I might)
    *If I do make it, I can't give any solid timeframe.
    *I will not take money up front.
    *I'm not making this an official order list.
    *I just want to know what you'd like to see me make.


    Ok, get to it!
     
  2. injun51

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    I want a "Felix the Cat" bag, one I can put anything in but it never gets heavy, and no matter the situation, I can reach inside and come out with exactly what I need for that particular situation. LOL

    Got anything like that??? I'll take 2. :51: :dblthumb: :4:
     
  3. dads2vette

    dads2vette Supporter Supporter Bushcraft Friend Bushclass I

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    This is completely ridiculous! The guy is asking for legitimate input and you get greedy...sheesh...you don't need the first two, I'll take the second one!

    On a serious note, how about a carving tool roll?
     
  4. Gruxxx

    Gruxxx NRA Endowment Life Member Supporter Bushclass I

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    How about a lightweight dump pouch that stores rolled up in the waist belt pocket of your backpack, but can be unfolded and clipped to your waist belt to collect tinder while hiking and backpacking?

    Or a lightweight brass pick-up bag for your range bag that has a coarse mesh bottom that allows all the tiny stones to pass through?

    Or a small fishing creel?
     
  5. injun51

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    Nope, I'm greedy, I get to keep both since it was my idea. However, I'll rent you one for a small fee. LOL
     
  6. IzaWildman

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    How about a pouch with some pockets that will hold two Altoids tins side by side, standing on end with a small pocket, the height of which, not quite equal to the long edge of an Altoids tin and with sufficient width to accept a regular bic lighter and a ferro rod as a divider between the two tins pockets. The pouch should have two, 2" belt loops and a flap to cover the pockets with maybe a Velcro or snap fastener. The back of the pouch and the flap should be fairly stiff to help maintain shape. The pockets should be generously sized and maybe there should be a little extra room under the flap to stash a little bundle of jute twine.
     
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  7. Bitterfists

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    A knife...

    Also, a multi pocket drawstring closure gear roll. Whew, mouthful.
     
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    Simple pad. Many people do not yet know how useful it is with bushcraft.
     
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  9. J. Pierce

    J. Pierce Perpetually Off Topic, Sorry. Supporter

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    I like the idea of a foraging type pouch.
    Something that folds/rolls up to store. Hangs on a belt, waist belt, or maybe even a haversack strap.

    Pretty specific to have mass appeal, maybe.
    But I just started car camping for the first time in my life last year instead of just canoeing and packing. That way the lady of the house will join me.
    I've been looking for a camp kitchen utensil type pouch that can be hung in the lid of my Pelican case.
    Ya, I know, pretty damn specific. But maybe utensil rolls might become a thing?
     
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    Maybe an ambidextrous nylon belt knife sheath with a kydex insert? A Phantom X version of a Spec Ops type sheath. I think it could be pretty sweet with your creativity, access to the latest materials and high quality standards. Plus I’m left handed so it would work for me!

    Alex
     
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  11. seasonofthewoods

    seasonofthewoods Lost In the Woods Hobbyist

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    I told you bro. I need a food bag:) with buckles to close her up:) kind of like a dry bag.
     
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    I could use some sort of easy access bag. I see a U-shaped zipper with a pull handle allowing for quick access at the curve of the U shape.
     
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    Me too!
     
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    wvtracker14 Hardwoodsman #9 Supporter Hardwoodsman

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    This! I could definitely use one of these as well!
     
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  15. Steven Laird

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    Haven't seen a post in 6 mos on here but I do want something from you. I saw a set of center zipper bags that you made on facebook. They are camo and probably silnylon. I have attached an image. If you are still making these, please advise what you need to bill me by paypal or however. Thanks very much.
     

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  16. oathkeeper762

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    +1 on the carving tool roll. I have all my carving knives and crooked knives in one of my wife’s Tupperware bowls and sooner or later she’s going to miss it. A carving tool roll would be great!
     
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    Rookie mistake. Why buy two? Just buy one, and pull the 2nd bag out from the first bag.
     
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    3rd-ed (is that a word)like a bear bag of some sortswith a pouch to put .a rock in to throw over the a branhc and then a dry bag style on the other end of the paracord
     
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