I've cut out the work order for now. I can't get my computer guy to work on it anytime soon so for now if you want a clip see below.
How To Order If you need one of the top five listed below just tell me your needs you are good. Anyone else, or your knife not here contact first. Thanks STR@bladeforums.com Please note: International packages are single clip orders only. When a package with multiples in it does not show it causes me great stress. I ain't doin' that no more! Hope you understand. Here lately after a wave of a three clips not showing up I have learned some things. Number one the form I paid for was not ever really correct. Its been shut down and I'm working on a new one. The link to the form won't work below for now. It will be replaced.This is partly my fault because the form itself is incomplete. My post office suggests using the on line form to learn what they need to deliver your packages international for you guys overseas. Apparently they want province, country, and some other things with international orders like phone numbers now too so it has caused me just a couple package delays and I had a couple where forms were just filled out wrong.
1)The Spyderco Para-Military 2. Uses the same clip as that seen on the Delica and Endura 4, the Stretch 2, Manix 2 also I think and, probably other models of Spydercos I am not aware of. Please note that the Gayle Bradley is a different hole pattern than either the Para 2 or the original Manix, Lava and those clips+ and as of this date I do have a template for this Gayle Bradley model which is also on the Manix XL as I recall. The one I used to copy these spacings down for is the carbon fiber GB model. While the GB is being ordered more frequently these last few months than the JYDII nothing beats the Para 2 for frequent requests in my shop at least for the pocket clip.. .I do a lot of the Para 2 low riders for mostly tip up carry . http://strsbackyardknifeworks.blogsp...co-knives.html
2) The Mini and Full Size Griptilians would be the original three hole clip invented by Sal Glesser of Spyderco that is the same hole pattern as those used on all Emerson knives or the Benchmade Griptilian and mini Grip folders. It has been used by Spyderco on the Manix, the Lava, the Calypso Jr. and many others. You will see this clip on many Spydercos and even some older Kershaw models from yesteryear. See some pics here and note the link for the Military below for another look at more Mini and Full Size Grip clips. http://strsbackyardknifeworks.blogsp...riptilian.html
This clip is a million use clip really and being that it is the oldest design in the knife industry it has been used a lot by manufacturers and makers on many many models of knives ever since Sal first introduced it. This original three hole pattern is everywhere in the industry and if your knife uses this clip I got ya covered I just may need to know specifics regarding the fold over sweet spot which we can discuss once I hear from you.. see here on fold over sweet spot info: http://strsbackyardknifeworks.blogsp...over-spot.html
3)Leek by Kershaw..pics here http://strsbackyardknifeworks.blogsp...r-emerald.html I've got ya covered here for the 1660 model Leeks and for the Blur, or Shallot also which use the same clip pattern. .
4) JunkYardDog II (JYDII). This JunkYardDogII model is another I also happen to own in the form of the SG2 frame lock model. It is not as frequently called for as it once was but for those that do need a clip for this model I have a pattern to fit it.http://strsbackyardknifeworks.blogsp...ket-clips.html .
5) Then the Spyderco Military and original Para Military
So for now, provide me with what I need, is it tip up or tip down carry for your pocket clip needs? Yes it matters don't think it doesn't. Tell me that its important with low riders. Without it I can't do your job. Tell me the model, don't guess. It matters. Tell me color if any for anodizing on the clip. I offer stone washed or anodized a color after washing it. I might hand rub some. I'm done with bead blasting. Sorry. Just too much mess.
As I tell everyone, I'm easy, you pick it, I'll stick it so long as we can agree upon my commission for the work. ;-) I have two prices. $30 plus shipping of $7 for the most frequent requests and easier to do models I get asked to do which total $37 shipped pretty much around the world and those requiring new designs, extra wide pieces of titanium or multi hole size drill bits to make them up for you listed as, The 'specialty one off clips' such as these special clips for a Persistence from me run $45 plus shipping.
Last edited by STR; 05-11-2013 at 10:11 AM.
This new form has a 'send' button so that once you fill it out using your keypad all you have to do is click on send and it will email the form link directly to me so I can print it off for you. This if I am just making up a clip without your folder but keep in mind I do prefer to have them mailed in with your knives. So if you are a customer mailing me the folder just print a copy off for me as well to stick in the box with your knife/knives if you are sending a knife to me. If there is one thing that can stop the show here its a knife arriving with no paper work whatsoever! I have too many contacts and conversations daily about knives and clips and prybars to remember guys so please at least a note or something but no knife only mailings please. It may require you to save the form to your "my Documents" or "My Pictures" file on your computer first to email it that way as an attachment. If you want a copy you have that option to save before hitting control P. It depends on the type of email you are using. It always helps to put something in there to allow me to associate you with your screen name or something because otherwise I'm lost on my end at times searching emails trying to find you. The form may be overwhelming because I have stuffed both clips and prybars order details on the same form. Just focus on your order and if you are ordering multiple clips for different models and different finishes detail that out on the notes section for each specific clip so I am not lost in confusion and we'll figure it out. The form works guys. I still screw up rarely but its really the best way to insure I do what you need and that we are not in a situation where you have to mail a clip back for anodizing you wanted or something else specific to your order not correct due to misunderstanding. Thanks
1)You contacted me by
1) email address ____________________________
b) private message on a forum
1) if forum which forum___________________
1) phone number ________________________
2)Your Screen name for the forum is -_________________________
3)Your real name is _____________________________
4)Make and model folder to be worked on is a
5)Detail of the work order for your pocket clip you wish me to make for you. (If not a clip skip to #8)
a) right hand tip up carry
b) right hand tip down carry
c) left hand tip up carry
d) left hand tip down carry
6) Type of pocket clip you want
a) low rider
b) standard non low rider style
7) Finish choice
a) bead blasted
b) anodized a color. (state color)______________________
8) Address you wish the folder returned to and contact info. just in case I need to reach you: Please be sure I can read this.
9) How do you want me to mail it back?
b)USPS 1st Class
10) Do you want additional insurance above $200?
11) Do you need signiture confirmation
12) Payment Method you wish to use when I'm all done with your work order?
a) Pay Pal
c) money order
d) personal check
Additional comments or details here: If it is something other than a pocket clip explain here or use additional sheet of paper if you need more space.
If you have pictures or drawings of what it is you have in mind that can help me understand better please attach those with this form once its completed.
When form is completed mail to
4006 Woodville Road
Bartlesville OK 74006-6740
Email/Pay Pal address: STRsbackyardknifeworksatgmail.com (remember to replace 'at' with @ before trying to submit or send email)
Last edited by STR; 02-12-2013 at 07:04 AM.
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