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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Rico801, Apr 21, 2008.
That's easy: KIBITZ!
Ok you curate the gift shop then :laugh:
I'll take a few shirts if its the GID PB shirt, I could use some spares
Bits...I tossed those suckers away the moment they arrived hehe
Ok, I think folks might have stopped posting pics because Souptree's picture is a tough act to follow. Since I have no shame, I figure I'd restart the museum contributions with the pictures below. With the exception of the CC knife, which I purchased direct from Mr. Atwood, these have all passed through various hands here before landing in my own collection. So you might recognize them. Anyway, without further ado, may I present:
patterned, textured, textured, textured/patterned
Only an Atwoodite's mother could love
BTW, since the strider pivots have moved onto the Past Work Page, how long will it be before they move from the gift shop and get their own special exhibit?
That honeycomb microcard is nice!
Here's a pic of my Damascus Booger.
What a tease you are :drool:, I haven't forgot our conversation about it!
I often wondered if Peter keeps one of each for himself. I think tht we need to rent a bus and go on a roadtrip and surprise him. What do you think ?
Atwood Damasteel. Big Rose Damasteel Mini Son of Prything, Devin Thomas Crazy Lace Damasteel Booger, and last but not least, Odin's Eye Damasteel Nano Dashi.
Geez, after reading this thread I think I'd be better off being teased with someone dangling a winning lotto ticket in front of me than having to look at everything here over and over...
Here are a few relics for the museum.
Here are two of my Area 51 Prybabies.
OK Rick here's your first relic a Mini Cleaver.
I posted this picture again since the previous picture vanished?
That is really nice, thanks for posting that pic.
Just a little bump for the museum. It has been a little while since we have seen some new eye candy.
What kind of wood is that in the background? Desert ironwood?
You Are correct desert iron wood burl, from the Sonoran Desert.. this book matched set is only C Grade 3/8 x1 3/4 x 8 long... have some much nicer stuff already on blades :winkwink: and a few more sets i havent found a project for just yet
This thread needs to be kept alive so......
boy does that sting :lolhammer: