Wilderness Spirit fire steels

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  1. Wilderness Spirit

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    20161110_205354.jpg 20161110_203755.jpg Finished another batch of fire steels.
    5/16"x3" and 3/8"x3"
    The 3/8" are the Austrian fire steels supplied by 5col.
     
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    I received one of your latest fire steels a week or so ago and I was very impressed with the fit and finish, it's only a sparking tool I understand, but it is also a fine piece of bush art that reflects the talent of the maker.
    I have another knife and sheath that are looking for a new fire steel, it's an Enzo Trapper that I've become very fond of, it has white micarta scales with medium blue spacers and copper pins.
    However I'm not concerned about the copper, just a simple small white handle with a medium blue spacer and a lanyard hole would be fine.
    I understand that you make your fire steels up in your spare time, I'm in no hurry, if you should get those color materials and are making up some of your fire steels please drop me a PM so we can discuss the rod and handle size.

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    Moe
     
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    Will have a few available by the end of the week.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up, looking forward viewing them. :dblthumb:

    I'm also looking for one in dark ironwood with a thin white spacer.
     

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