Most likely Mammoth Molar.Is that last one a Zebra?
Yes it is the Zebra model with mammoth molar.Is that last one a Zebra?
Sorry to hear. My father is old and when it comes to email and technology he is very bad. Please send me a DM with your shipping address and I will send you 2 pocket clips for those folders. Greetings, RuanSenior.
Thank you Coleman
Thank you. I am considering one of these. How similar is it to the Bongo?Yes it is the Zebra model with mammoth molar.
The Zebra is a little bigger in blade size and handle. The Zebra's blade is also a bit wider. Both feels comfortable in medium and large hands.Thank you. I am considering one of these. How similar is it to the Bongo?
Hi Gary, thank you for sharing. Maybe you can send us a lanyard the way you like it so we can have a look at it. We appreciate your support.Ah, well, a bit too late as she's all undone and the next person, hopefully there isn't a next person, will contend with tying it up once again
Yes we use kangaroo leather. It is very durable. The only downside is you need to the knife. That is why we use our method so we can loop it through the knife after it is done. Luckily someone will read this and remove their lanyard by the loop. Thank you for sharing. Will look into it and maybe do a few customs like this.Whichever one of you ties those lanyards, they are quite involved and super tight and that leather is very strong! But one thing that I am known for is tying lanyards, just something that I like to do and my latest arrangement of knots, for me, flows very well for a knife lanyard, you can hook your pinky around to draw the knife quickly. But, isn't there always one of those? But they are the kind that need to be tied onto the knife proper, can't attach after the fact so I wouldn't be able to send something to you.
And your lanyard, I focused on the knot and did not notice that it was a slip through thingy on the knife...duh! but then, I focused on the knot and so I approached removing it from there, not so clever am I but, it showed just HOW tough your knot is and strong that leather is as well.
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