OK, didn't get to my email yet. Sorry, got preoccupied, but ...
Finally got a slot cutter set up. Thought I just needed a couple tweaks to the one I had, but ended up just rebuilding the whole dang thing. After 3 days and way more blood loss than a competent person would've sustained, I can now do this
in about 30 seconds including setup. Ignore the slightly canted side, a rail needed shimming (accomplished with duct tape and aluminum foil) and the horrible pic.
Now there's no need to worry about spacing for attachments. Any commercially available attachment should now fit at any angle it's mounting holes allow on slotted sheaths. Plus it opens me up to new attachment options without having to cut slots by hand, which is friggin' tedious.
Before the new site goes up, I'm adding a links page and adding one or two small rotating graphic links on all pages for knife makers and gadget makers that might interest my customers.
If you are a knifemaker or make paracord doodads, custom firesteels, or any gear that would be of interest to the knife and outdoor community, post here or drop me a line with your website link and I'll be happy to add you and give you some free advertising.
If you're a maker but don't have a website, I can set you up a subdomain (you.customkydex.com) on my host at no charge or link to a BFC sale thread.
I'm loving this cutter. No need to juggle measurements and pick options. This sheath will take any attachment in any position, period. Very neat. Had a bit of wobble on this one from a sticky piston as you may be able to see on the bottom slots. A little silicone spray and it seems to have evened out now.
Eh, I'm always injuring myself somehow. Having some smoked sausage right now and listening to the trees fall outside from the wind. I'll be cutting firewood Tomorrow I guess.Sorry about the blood loss. Have a cheeseburger ... rare.
Is there a master list of knives you have in house..for myself and others to refer to? If not, why not? Saves some time in the email department IMO.
I am looking to get some kydex soon, and I will be using Kiah, I have owned 2 of his, and they are the best fit and finish that I have found on BF, by a wide margin.
Knives are functional art
How is the website coming along? Almost there?
These sheaths are absolutely fantastic. They're really well designed I've had mine for a year now, and I'm very thankful I got one.
I can throw this guy in the jeep or in the pack now with no worries.
They've actually been redesigned. Two designs. One for tossing around and one for belt carry. I'll get pics up later this week.
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