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    Quote Originally Posted by casimirrx View Post
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    Got it and its packed up to go out soon as the mail runs again. Thanks for your interest in my prybars.

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  3. #103
    Hey i really like these little pry bars!
    For now just out of curiosity, would you ship one to Hungary (Eastern Europe) and how would that cost? I'm afraid it would be twice as much as the prybar itself.. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubu90 View Post
    Hey i really like these little pry bars!
    For now just out of curiosity, would you ship one to Hungary (Eastern Europe) and how would that cost? I'm afraid it would be twice as much as the prybar itself.. thanks
    Glad you like them. According to the USPS web site the shipping first class would be $1.44 for one if its one ounce or under and $2.28 if its 2 ounces. So worse case scenario it would run $2.28 to ship one to you first class parcel. 6 to 10 days for shipping on that one.

    Total shipped would be $24 to cover shipping and the bubble envelope I have to buy to ship them in. Thanks for your interest. I'd just need to know cord wrap choice and color or finish. I have a sage green with sage green camo cord and a blue with desert camo cord wrap as well as a couple satin finished ones with teal, purple or hemp rope (white) cord wrapped handles also. If none of these interest you I have several unwrapped ones in satin finish ready to either anodize or wrap. My bead blaster is down at the moment for repairs so I can't get any bead blasted ones out just yet due to some moisture build up in the line but I'm working on it.

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    Okay my bead blast cabinet is back up and running now.

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  6. #106
    Hey STR,

    I just got my 3 prybars ... and they are *AWESOME*. Thank you very much. I've already put one of them to heavy use in my workshop and they perform perfect every time. Their size, coloration, light weight, pry tip bevel dimensions, and overall bang-for-the-buck ... all are ideal. I may order more for gifts to friends. Take care!

    Crco

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    New para cord stock

    I have like 15 various multi color cords now as well as the solids. I tried to get a couple of pics up to show them. Hope these can be seen okay.

    Pic with the multi color cords are left to right a yellow/gold and black a pink camo, blue camo, purple camo, red white and blue, another blue and white camo, and far right top row is probably my fave in a new orange and black combo. Bottome left to right is a black and red, a neon green and black, what is called a digital camo, then we have the sage green camo, desert camo, forest green camo, and whats left of a Tad Gear tri-color cord I cannot find anymore so once thats gone its gone I guess unless one of you guys knows where I can get more. I like this one and it has a bit of plum color in it that makes it go real well with pry bars anodized purple or plum colors. Below that is one thats not technically para cord but it is a nylon cord in multi color that some have chosen, it has a bit of purple in it also.

    Solid color pics

    Top left, are the khaki cord and next over going right is the yellow which again is not a para cord per say but a nylon cord about the same size. Next over is top right blue, under that purple, under than neon green and then blaze, or rescue orange, and regular non blaze orange under that with red cord bottom right. Right under the yellow is brown para cord, then olive drab and under that is what is called battle ship gray. Left side under the two bags of khaki cord top left is another gray lighter by a bit than the battle ship one and under that is two types of a teal color para cord one being slightly different and more a hunter green color than the other. Again I hope these show enough for you. Its hard to appreciate them without seeing them in hand but they are all pretty good 550 cord except for the ones stated otherwise. Thanks

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    STR,

    Can I get a bead-blasted one with the orange and black combo cord? Paypal $23?


    Btw, I found out about your awesome titanium prybars on Kiah's kydex website I always knew you "knew your stuff," but man, you put out some great info here in your sub; I'll definitely be dropping by more often.


    Thanks!
    Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by HikingMano View Post
    STR,

    Can I get a bead-blasted one with the orange and black combo cord? Paypal $23?


    Btw, I found out about your awesome titanium prybars on Kiah's kydex website I always knew you "knew your stuff," but man, you put out some great info here in your sub; I'll definitely be dropping by more often.


    Thanks!
    Russell
    Russell thank you for your interest and your comments. I appreciate your visiting my little neck of the woods. I'll wrap a pry bar for you right now and get one ready to mail. [email protected] is my pay pal and you know the total. Just be sure the address in the payment is the one I am mailing to. Thanks again
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    Great, thanks STR. Payment has been sent. And you'll find my order details, shipping address, and BF handle confirmed in the message

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    Steve,
    My mini Ti Pry arrived in the mail today. It's an amazing tool and has already been incorporated into my EDC. Thanks for making such a great product and getting it here so quickly!
    Thanks,
    Judd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaytock View Post
    Steve,
    My mini Ti Pry arrived in the mail today. It's an amazing tool and has already been incorporated into my EDC. Thanks for making such a great product and getting it here so quickly!
    Thanks,
    Judd
    Thank you Judd. Its my pleasure. Feel free to snap a pic and post it if you like.

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    Steven, I received the Prybar today. Very nice! Light, simple, tightly wrapped (and aesthetically pleasing), perfectly sized and hand-fitting, easy to carry, not too sharp for loose pocket carry. It's going to be part of my EDC as well. I've had a county comm prybar before, but this one is so much better

    Hope you don't mind me spamming some pics








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    Quote Originally Posted by HikingMano View Post
    Steven, I received the Prybar today. Very nice! Light, simple, tightly wrapped (and aesthetically pleasing), perfectly sized and hand-fitting, easy to carry, not too sharp for loose pocket carry. It's going to be part of my EDC as well. I've had a county comm prybar before, but this one is so much better

    Hope you don't mind me spamming some pics
    Not at all! In fact I'm glad you did because it shows my new favorite cord pretty well. Maybe now that some of the folks here can get a good look at this new cord it will sell a few more of them wrapped up in it. I'm glad you like it. Enjoy and thanks for the compliments.

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    I will definitely enjoy it, thanks again!

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    Mini TiPry, The more I use this thing the more I love it!

    Neoprene Sheath for Mini TyPry and Pen/Pencil/mini screwdriver etc., that I threw together out of an old koozee.

    I didn't even think about the irony of this picture until I uploaded it and named it. I named it the first thing that popped into my head , Red Beans and Steven Rice.

    Thanks again Steve. After seeing those sweet new paracord pics I will most definitely have to pic up a few more in the not-so-distant future.

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    Hi Steve.
    I've been using my Ti-Pry to remove staples and find it just a little too wide to use easily. Would it possible for you to make one 1/4" width?

    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by DelrinFred View Post
    Hi Steve.
    I've been using my Ti-Pry to remove staples and find it just a little too wide to use easily. Would it possible for you to make one 1/4" width?

    Fred
    Never tried but I think it would be possible to just cut a notch 'V' in the pry end of the half inch one for you to separate out the end to two halves that may work better for you for that. Its not that easy to do which is why I don't offer them that way but I've been thinking off doing it for like and additional $5 if people want it. Call it a nail pull I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STR View Post
    Never tried but I think it would be possible to just cut a notch 'V' in the pry end of the half inch one for you to separate out the end to two halves that may work better for you for that. Its not that easy to do which is why I don't offer them that way but I've been thinking off doing it for like and additional $5 if people want it. Call it a nail pull I guess.

    STR
    That would be perfect Steve. Why didn't I think of that .

    I would like two (one for each of my shooting kits); blue with your new orange/black cord. Let me know how much to put into Paypal

    Thanks
    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by DelrinFred View Post
    That would be perfect Steve. Why didn't I think of that .

    I would like two (one for each of my shooting kits); blue with your new orange/black cord. Let me know how much to put into Paypal

    Thanks
    Fred
    Call it a 50 spot and I'll ship two out to you here today.

    Thanks Fred.
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