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Thread: Battle Creek Knives: Creekster from Giveaway w/new Godspeed Tactical pants

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    Battle Creek Knives: Creekster from Giveaway w/new Godspeed Tactical pants


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    Rob and I were part of a giveaway done late last year and my part of the giveaway was to make sheaths for a couple of custom knifemakers. BCamos won this one and left me some "artistic" license with the Kydex end of it which was pretty kewl.... anyhow I finally finished it and sent it off but I liked the way it came out so I figured I'd post some pics of this setup.

    I've got two of Rob's knives myself.... literally his old edc knife and a Kiridashi that's really a neat little knife, I'll post pics of them when I get a chance. I believe this is the Creekster model and it’s got some lime green liners that I matched up with the back piece of Kydex so it’s subdued but still there. The one thing BCamos knew for sure that he wanted was OD Green anodized Chicago screw post and I think they helped set it off.


    Anyhow…. here it is:









    I thought these showed the contrast of the green/black nicely and the way the sheath and knife tie together:








    It was great being a part of the giveaway and getting the chance to work on this knife too, thanks for looking.


    Eli

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    Very nice collaberation. Thats the coolest kydex sheath I have ever seen. And the whole world loves GAWs!
    All the best
    Balding

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    Eli, beautiful sheath man !!! awesome pictures and they do go great together, very tasteful !!!

    well done.... !!!
    good to see you posting and thank you for posting this up here, great combo..

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    Very nice! After seeing that, I think I should have said stainless pins in the interest thread...

    The sheath is awesome. Nice work, Eli.

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    those pins are actually aluminum... extra bright finish, lightweight and recyclable...

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