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    Over the weekend I knocked out this sheath mod.

    As should be obvious in the pictures I copied River-8s sheath design with a few tweaks, here for the triangular leg strap I used a D ring in place of an adjustable ladder lock.


    For the leg strap adjustment I used a side release buckle with some 550 added to act as an anchor when adjusting the strap. I also triple folded the strap so it can't be pulled through the buckle.




    I used a shorter drop attachment as I prefer the knife to ride a bit higher



    And a final gratuitous knife shot because this is BLADEforums, and I love this thing!

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    Loving that boxer Grunt.
    Andy Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddleback View Post
    Loving that boxer Grunt.
    Thanks! She's great
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    That tusker has a nice profile

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    [QUOTE=Bear Claw Chris Lappe;5368788]Let's get things started!!!!!!!!!!

    Every Day Carry (EDC) pocket/necker. This was an idea I had, that Scott was able to perfectly bring to reality, 6.5 inches overall, in D2 and Buffalo Horn!



    That's a sweet little knife and sheath Chris how's it doing after all these years?

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    The bbt in 3v next to a 3v polaris ! I love your knives Scott , can't wait for the 2 new one's to come


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    Yesss!
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    ** Always looking for a GEC 99 Farm&Field. if you have one available, please hit me up. thanks. **

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    Thanks R.G. appreciate you posting.
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear Claw Chris Lappe View Post
    Let's get things started!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Horace Kephart in A2 and Curly Maple

    Just got this one from Scott, but it's going to be this seasons main outdoors knife!



    Nessmuk in O1 and Desert Ironwood.



    Every Day Carry (EDC) pocket/necker. This was an idea I had, that Scott was able to perfectly bring to reality, 6.5 inches overall, in D2 and Buffalo Horn!



    Jigged Bone Hunter, this was my first knife that I bought from Scott, over 3 years ago I think, 8.5 inches overall, in 5160 and red jigged bone.




    OK folks, let's see your pictures of Scott's work!
    Is it the best kind of stainless steel for a knife for outdoor use?

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    None of those knives are stainless steel. I use and like CPM 154 and CPM S35VN.
    Scott

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    Went out for a day trip with my Companion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.G View Post

    Went out for a day trip with my Companion.
    nice. great pic.
    Proud Supporter of JK Knives #89
    ** Always looking for a GEC 99 Farm&Field. if you have one available, please hit me up. thanks. **

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    The Gossman polaris in cpm3v is my best all around camp knife ! After splitting all of those woods it made a salad and helpet make the camp, we're back home and it has no chips and it is still sharp as new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.G View Post

    The Gossman polaris in cpm3v is my best all around camp knife ! After splitting all of those woods it made a salad and helpet make the camp, we're back home and it has no chips and it is still sharp as new.

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    With a little help from the Hultafors axe.

    Sent from my LG-H815 using Tapatalk

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    Thanks for posting R.G Is that the 5" version?
    Scott

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    Yes Scott , it's the 5" cpm 3v polaris , the problem is , it made me forget the BBT 9" inside my Discovery all of the weekend , it does all the tasks without having trouble 😉

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    Nice.
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