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Multi-gadget sheath! Okuden content!!!

Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by Kraid, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. Kraid

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    I found out about Brian Wagner (Okuden) after buying a Spartan Blades Enyo. I was looking to have a new sheath made for my Warren Thomas La Griffe and couldn't think of anyone better than whoever had made the sheath on the Enyo, after a little searching, I was soon trading emails with one of the coolest guys I've had the pleasure to deal with!

    The La Griffe and sheath came back to me and completely exceeded my expectations. I got to wondering what else having an Okuden sheath for might make my life easier. I realized that My Paladin PT-540's nylon sheath could use replacing (with me having re sewn it about 3 times already. I decided that I NEEDED to have Brian work his magic on my multi-tool, but I thought why stop there? This could be a perfect way to carry several of the items that I use on a daily basis.

    I sent Brian a crappy drawing and a picture to try to explain what I was hoping was possible. Brian agreed to take on this daunting task, while simultaneously cursing my ancestry back to King Arthur. (I made that last bit up ;) ) I still don't know how he pulled this MASTERPIECE off, but I can only imagine that it cost him alot of blood sweat and tears. As well as a couple years of his life.

    But me?

    I got it for a song!

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    Brian's layout is WAY cooler than mine, BTW!
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  2. datawireguy

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    I've never had the chance to have anything made by them, But I have to say that might be the coolest thing I have ever seen. O0
     
  3. Kraid

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    Thank you, sir! With a name like datawireguy, you might like the PT-540!
     
  4. full pockets

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    Wow I like this set up very much
     
  5. datawireguy

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    Datawireguy is a throw back to my old career. I now am in high end audio video installation. I still need a punch down tool sometimes so I might look into the PT-540.
     
  6. Makaveli

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    Thats nice, where can I find him? I would love something like it for my Sog.

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk
     
  7. Kraid

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    Okuden does some great work. Doesn't come cheap, but he'll work with you to make sure you get exactly what you want.

    Looks like you got what you wanted. Cool setup.
     
  9. marsos52

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    that is plain awesome,, really got me thinking,, now if it could have a flashlight holder too...
     
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    Awesome sheath, Kraid! Thanks for sharing.

    It sound like Okuden should be a member of this forum...
     
  11. mus4shi

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    that's some nice work they have done for you!!
     
  12. Foxfire

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    That is a really nice looking sheath. I like how you have that set up. I may just have to design one I have been thinking about.
     
  13. NonSenCe

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    awesome seath! now that is the way one should make all holsters with kydex.. not just single holster for each item. (yeah small flashlight loop on one side too.. AA or AAA size and then maybe.. :) )

    again.. sweet item.
     
  14. Kraid

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    Thanks for the kind comments, everyone!

    Just a thought, if you do consider designing one to be built, keep in mind that you want it to fit, width wise between two belt loops. Just something to think about when adding more componets side-by-side. Although, a AA or AAA light like you're talking about (IE an L2D or a Preon) should fit quite nicely! :)