Well Im glad you all liked my little DIY project so I thought I would just give a bit of info on it. I actually made this a while ago and some of you might of read it on USN or BF a few weeks back... never knew why I didnt get around to putting it on EDCF. Well, I basically started with a old and battered spy capsule (free from EDC depot) and a blank firesteel from Bens Backwoods when I picked up a Mora 2000. Its relatively a simple idea but if you dont pay attention to the little things it wont come out so nice. First thing is to pick up the materials and all you really need is a cordless drill and some epoxy. Sandpaper if you want the spy capsule finish gone. My capsule was a little beat up so I chucked it up in the drill and just wrapped a strip of 120 sandpaper around it and took it all off, got a little to enthusiastic with the sanding so some of the knurling came off. So the rest of it went to. Finished with a quick polish with a scotchbrite pad. Find a drill bit a fraction bigger than your rod and mark it so the bit wont slip because it is a rounded surface. Its easy to find the centre because of the machining marks. Clamp it to your table or vice and drill straight through. The base is suprisingly thick which is a big plus. Guesstimate how far you want it to go in by inserting it in and letting a little of it poke through into the capsule but all the way through the base. (confusing???) Then put some blutak there so when your gluing it the capsule wont slide around. Mix up some epoxy and drip it in. Wait overnight and if its good. Take some nice pics and show it off on the internet. Ive been told on the other forums to patent it or go into production but I would be much happier if people went out and did it themselves. Im 15 and I managed to do this in one night with nothing more than a cordless drill and some glue.