Separate names with a comma.
Are you a current member with account or password issues?
Please visit following page for more information
Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by ect95, Jan 5, 2014.
Those are very cool. Did you make those yourself?
Thanks, yes I did
Awesome. That's a beautiful boxer you have there.
*hand salute* new EDC friend
Got my street chrome Slim confiscated on a flight through China. Japan and Korea allow one lighter in carry on bags but none in checked luggage. Apparently China is the opposite...
Argyle Slim Armor and Zippo cologne.
Found my USCG Governors Is Zippo with engraving by a buddy to reveal the brass underneath ~ found a brass one with the floral design, a gift, I cant seem to shine up--- then- i found an all brass 1986 in mint condition- ill carry it eventhough I dont smoke! A good day in EDC Zippo land for me
My Knights Templar Twins.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Any recommendations on a good place to get some small crosses or other items to mod the Zippos with?
Any recommendations on a good place to get some small crosses or other items to mod the Zippos with? I'd love to try doing something like what you did.
And what is the adhesive/ epoxy?
New look with tumb stud..
Sent from my LG-D855
Thanks jeepfreak, her names Katy and she is awesome.
It's had a hard life...
Is everyone making these skull lighters or are there sites to purchase? Steel flame is a little out of my price range
Cohiba007, these types of skull lighters are available from a number of sources, from Amazon to eBay. Just search for skull Zippo, sugar skull Zippo, Day of the Dead Zippo, etc.
If you're specifically referring to the type of lighter similar to what BrownSugar11 had a pic of in Post #232, lots of people make them or you can make one yourself: once you find a skull design you like (these are available from plenty of online sites: again Amazon and ebay, etsy, SkullJewelry, Northskull, and so on, even Michaels has some), you can solder it on to a plain chrome lighter or brass or whatever (the 'correct way' is to sand the chrome down to the base brass metal first) ... I even have a buddy that just uses Gorilla Glue and swears he's never had a metal 'motif' fall off (that's not my preferred method: solder works for me!). Have fun making your own!
Anti's 100 Grand Give A Way!
Yesterday mail call
Just got this one off of the "World's Largest Auction Site":
Haven't had a chance to clean it up, but the brass will polish up nicely!