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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by powernoodle, Nov 10, 2006.
Question, how would i buy anything from Atwood knives? I looked on his blog and couldn't find any place to buy anything.
Check the link here for ordering instructions and details about how the sales model works.
Thanks. It seems rather simple now...
Imagine if Peter came out with a run of these...
The newest additions to the ever growing Atwood Collection. This "collection" seems to be starting to take a life form of its very own. So here goes it...
First up, one of my Atwood Grail pieces (for me anyway) the SOPT
Next up, the Locknut Monster
And last but not least..My 4th Atwood Whistle..The Brass version
how does the brass whistle compare to the others firemedic? do you like it? i really want one.
Tonester, I really love the weight and feel of this whistle. This is one of the ones that I had wanted most. Peter really makes some incredible things. I would email him directly and see if he has one laying around that you may be able to get ahold of. That is what I did, and I really lucked out!!!
Does anyone know the name of the knot peter uses on the lanyard he ships with the Landslides?
I believe this will answer your question.
A few of my favourites
Sumo (just arrived, prompted me to take some photos!
DLC MSoPT (I also have a well used plain steel one of these)
DLC Bug out Blade
HV patterned Prybaby
Fishnet patterned Atwrench with Glow-dot
Fishnet patterned rainbow Gasbaby
Atwood three way screwdriver
particularly like the talonite and dlc pieces
Nice stuff and pics!
I have always liked the little 3-way screwdriver.
I wished Peter would make more of the 3-way screwdrivers. It's one of my favorite tools.
i cant believe that i am seeing the for sale link for the snakebite but have no funds to buy one! nooooooo!!!!!
Talk about checking the site at just the right time!!! Snakebite ordered!!!! YAY..I have been waiting on one of these puppies for a while now!!!
lucky son of a gun!
They sure didn't last long! I saw them up but am set on a Dace so let them pass! Have a Fixer which is similar in design! Best thing about the Dace is that its ground on both sides but hey any edged tool from Peter is a good score!!!!