Update and apology.

Discussion in 'Survival Sheath System's Forum' started by Robert H, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. Robert H

    Robert H Premium Sheathmaker Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Mar 24, 2001
    Ladies and Gentlemen, a note of apology.

    A series of events have combined that have made my presence here decidedly less noticeable, thanks to Tyr for reminding me.

    I have moved to another state, moved into a new house, new school for one child, a whole new shop, hired employees over a long and painful process of interviews and testing, and along the way become a father to a son, so as you can imagine, things are hectic. Not only has my internet presence been reduced, so has any sort of forum visitation of any kind, anywhere.

    I literally have no time between everything else. I hope to change that as my schedule frees up some. I am molding full time, with another person also molding. I do have a person producing the next generation of survival sheaths, and yes, custom lengths and widths will be available for any size blade, in fact, it will be 100% custom.

    My orders have increased for some specialized military units, and along with trying to get the regular things out, get the shop running smoothly, and balance employees, family, and a new kid whom I watch during the day, I'm sure you can imagine the little time left. I'm lucky if I get more than a half hour a day to check email let alone read a forum.

    I am still working, still open, still designing things, still going.

    Best way to contact me is my email. [email protected]

    I'll soon have the new nylon shells of the new survival sheath up for review, along with some of the shots of my latest projects.

    Thanks everyone for their patience and time.
  2. BushcraftBrainTrust


    Jan 16, 2009
    Robert, good to have you back. I know a lot of us were getting worried about you.
  3. Snakedoc


    Mar 7, 2007
    Glad things are going well for you. Congrats on the new addition the the Fam!!
  4. mtnfolk mike

    mtnfolk mike

    Mar 21, 2006
    right on Robert.. glad to hear things are going okay...:thumbup: congrats on the little one too...:)
  5. disduster

    disduster Gold Member Gold Member

    Oct 18, 2007
    nice to hear from you again, glad things are starting to run smooth again and congrats on the new son. Look forward to more of your products and new things to come.
  6. cmgray


    Jan 30, 2008
    Robert I got the holster today. Top Notch. Thanks for a great product.
  7. jujigatame


    Mar 21, 2005
    Glad to hear things are okay and chugging along, if hectic.
  8. Mack

    Mack Expert Ultracrepidarian Platinum Member

    Aug 19, 2007
    Whew! I was about to send SAR out looking for you but wasn't sure which state or country for that matter to look in. I thought maybe you had been kidnapped by a crazy band of Canadian hippy women.:eek:
    Glad you are back.:thumbup:
  9. Dodd


    May 6, 2004
    Funny enough....that happened to Once.
    I was saved by a meeting a "Shootist",
    who's daughter is the recipient of the survival sheath I just ordered
    ......as a sort-of 'thank-you'

    Hippies....cute...imaginitive, just like kittens.
  10. shotgunner11


    Dec 17, 2005
    Sounds like its mostly good things going on my friend.

    Glad to know your doing OK.

    We were worried about you.
  11. nursetim


    Feb 21, 2006
    Glad you are back. Congratulations on the baby boy. Sounds like real chaos with the move and all the hiring. At least you are in demand. Take care.
  12. Bushman5


    Oct 31, 2007
    damn man we was getting worried here!

    congrats on new son! and heres a big shout out to the new employees.

    look forward to chatting once your up and running.

    PS, may i link to your site on my site? :)
  13. d_filgate


    Nov 28, 2007

    Great news on the new son!!!!!
    Glad that you are doing better.
    It's good that you are busy, as opposed to being slow. Busy is always good.

    An upgrade on the U.S. version??? :D
  14. texastonydobbs


    May 25, 2007
    Glad to hear !
    Take care

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