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Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by ?uesto, Oct 13, 2010.
nothing that can not be taken off when yanked by someone.
This neck knife(buck smidgen). Ignore the other two as not relevant to thread but its the only picture I have of it at the moment.
It was my grandfather's he wore the chain since I can remember the pill fob was added after he had to start carrying nitro for his heart.
Usually carry my Surfers wallet attached to a hemp braided necklace with a sentimental trinket tooth i've had for many years.
The surfers wallet was found at an antiques store (I hate the color and have been debating painting it). Anyone have advice on paints that adhere to plastics well? Was thinking model paint.
Its waterproof and usually carries my smokeable tobacco, can also carry money or what ever you need to stash.
In North we trust!I have it on my left arm..Most important of all my tattoos.
I have had good luck with a Krylon brand made for plastics. Not sure how it would wear as a necklace though. Also there is a spray on dye for automobile interior use. That may better fit the bill. Good luck with giving it a shot!
That's some green looking tobacco! Vancouver BC?
Half a heart in gold with a verse from the Song of Songs inscribed on one side and my kids names on the other. My wife has the other half.
If the plastic is porous enough you could dye it with normal clothing dye. It might be better than spray paint for your application because it won't scratch or wear off.
I know when I worked for a small marine auto pilot mfg company, we used clothing dye to color our white and clear plastic parts. I don't remember the name, it began with an "R". We basically used an old hotplate, and old pan, and boiled the parts for several hours. Cooled, rinsed and the color was set. Our auto pilots used several of these dyed parts and never faded, after exposure to the elements or harsh solvents and fuel.
Anyway, good luck.
ATM, my ID badge lanyard. I'm in the process of building up a collection of intricately braided and knotted lanyards. Today's is an 8 stands silk square braid with MW knots.
Ani L'Dodi, v'Dodi Li ?
I just started this a few days ago.
I hated things around my neck but I may get used to this setup. Fire and Knife - down to basics.
Daniel Fairly TI backpacker ?
I finally found a chain I like and that will not tarnish, rust, or bother my neck. The knife was expensive, yes, but I've been trying to work it into my EDC since I got it. A wonderful tool especially since I sweat/do manual labor, and live on a barrier island. Great strong lightweight knife.
The lighter is a Split Pea CC Titanium lighter, with an Ill gear titanium clip.
Cool little knife !
I love the carbidised Ti on my Fairly Ti Bok