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Thread: Skookum Bush Tool Dangler

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    Thanks gunknifenut ..... and I agree with your thoughts.

    Did a redesign!

    Easier to make, drops the D-ring down lower, should be stronger and looks cleaner.

    Found some Mahogany stain that matches pretty good.

    They also have been treated with Bees' wax.












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    Good job looks great

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    I want a Skookum!!!!! Great idea on the dangler. Excellent execution.
    http://packmastergear.blogspot.com/

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    BECKERHEAD #154

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    I've wanted one for my Skookum sheath the first time I saw it. Thanks to Brian, I'm going to get one!

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    Thanks guys!

    These make the knife carry very well.

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    Man that looks great!
    Someday is today. Make your life count; don't just count the days.
    Proud Supporter of JK knives #2

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    Skookum is one knife I've been totally satisfied with.

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    Great job!!!! Man i want a Skookum so bad...... Mark Wohlwend's pukko model is so similar. thats why i cant wait for it!!

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    I'm currently on Rod's 2.5+ year waiting list right now, the Skookum looks pretty darn close to my 'grail knife', can't wait for it to get here, only 2.4 years to go!

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    I just got my dangler attachment from Brian and immediately put it on my Skookum. It makes a real difference! A missing attachment loop was always something that bothered me about what is otherwise a near-perfect knife+sheath design. -And while I completely understand the reasoning for the design, I never really liked using just paracord to attach this knife. Now I don't have to.

    Brian's heavy duty design really completes the Skookum Bush Tool. Heavy leather and heavy brass design, really easy to mount, although you will need a leather hole punch to make the holes. I think anyone with a SBT should consider adding the dangler (if Brian is still making more!) -And, you don't need to wait 2.5 years!

    Haven't had a chance to take it beyond the kitchen counter, but the weather's getting better and better out here...

    Thanks Brian!





    add: If I may also say, Brian Sargent is also a really nice guy to work with!

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    Thank you for the kind words CWL.

    I appreciate it!

    Is that a Red Linen handle ... no shear hole ?!!

    Brian

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    Looks great CWL Brian did a awsome job on these add on danglers

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    PM sent Brian.
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    I have one from Brian and cannot speak highly enough about the craftsmanship and communication level of him. Very impressive.
    Someday is today. Make your life count; don't just count the days.
    Proud Supporter of JK knives #2

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    Thanks ... i appreciate it!

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