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    The sensible shoulder rig.


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    Just completed this very utilitarian and sensible rig for a customer. I liked the idea enough to take a picture of it before shipping.

    Gerber camp axe, and Leatherman wave.

    Robert Humelbaugh
    Survival Sheath Systems
    www.survivalsheath.com
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    "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail."

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    Very cool Rob, top notch work as usual ! ! !

    However, I like your less sensible work even more

    Like the rig for that evil Lamey Combat Cleaver or even the unit you made for me a dual SOG TigerShark shoulder rig

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    I still tell people about that cleaver!

    Is it holding up well?
    Robert Humelbaugh
    Survival Sheath Systems
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    (253)884-9178

    "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail."

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    Looks great, every bit a professional piece of equipment.
    ~ Nate

    Interested in old Camillus and related brands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert H View Post
    I still tell people about that cleaver!

    Is it holding up well?
    I wish it was mine However, I'm on the list for the new batch Lamey is working on

    This batch is supposed to make the first one like like a little girlie man knife

    11" blade, 3" wide and way curvy

    Needless to say, it's likely gonna be headed your way for some pants ! ! !

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    Man, I really like that. I sent my Leatherman Charge out for a sheath, but it gave the guy a bit of trouble. I wonder how that sheath works. I think I would like something like that for my SFNO and my Tiger Warden. What's something like that run, Rob?

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    99.95 for the dual. I've done some charge sheaths before. They have more surface to grip, an easier sheath than say a SAK rescue and survival for inverted carry, IMHO.
    Robert Humelbaugh
    Survival Sheath Systems
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    (253)884-9178

    "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail."

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    I'd like to read some reports on how it holds up during use and how it carrys/wears, but that is great work. Your kydex sheaths are some of the best I've sen/used.

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    I've had some folks who've worn the rigs for over 4 years report in, which I think is the oldest rig I've heard back on. If I don't hear back, I assume no news is good news!
    Robert Humelbaugh
    Survival Sheath Systems
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    (253)884-9178

    "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail."

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