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Discussion in 'Other Carrying Devices' started by BFG, Sep 23, 2014.
so ordered, so far I like it lol
less is more
This is my usual pairing of carabiner and snap hook on a lanyard, both for wallet and keys.
And these are a few carabiners, hooks and shackles for use on future projects.
real question is... better to carry locking biners or snap gate?
Thanks. Just ordered a pack of 5 black ones from evilBay. Exactly what I need based on the graph size which puts the clips at about 25mm or 1 inch. Cheers.
Have had this one a few days and am liking the light weight of it. I will never use all the functions it comes with except for the flat head but it is a nice durable piece.
Here's a little pocket clip my nephew made out of a fork, we're planning on making more of these, would you guys like to see more of them?
Hey guys, I have made a few more pocket clips, I plan on producing more once I find some interesting designs. Please P.M. me if you'd like to know more.
I find them to be the gentleman's version of the pocket clip as they look and feel pretty dressy
Beautiful work! Many thanks for sharing them.
Is the design stamped?
Thank you very much! The designs come from old spoons and forks, we breathe new spirit into them
What a great idea! Nice one!
Thank you, I've been trying a few things lately, slowly developing a process
Cool idea, Bob. My wife and I used some old, silver plated spoons to make our nieces some rings a few years ago. Some of those spoons are surprisingly tough! You've done a nice job cuttng and bending them.
Thank you! And you are right about them being though, I broke a drill bit drilling into one of them.. that wasn't fun.
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Was out in the shop this morning and apparently my brother is really found of the pocket clips I've made, so I decided to make him one as well. This particular one is longer and it actually has a funny story behind it: a couple of months ago my nephew made a pocket clip(pictures above) from a spoon with this exact same pattern and then, a few days ago, I found this particular one in a thrift shop across the country, kind of funny, I guess.