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    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Holy S**t, Chris! I'd say this is off to a great start!!
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    Outside-the-box thinking for sure. The use of a lanyard for retention is pretty creative. Is it a pita to thread through the hole? Looks to be very clean and definitely makes a statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jer View Post
    Outside-the-box thinking for sure. The use of a lanyard for retention is pretty creative. Is it a pita to thread through the hole? Looks to be very clean and definitely makes a statement.
    I am honestly feeling that Chris...l need something to stand out in my knife kit pretty boring with basic wood sayas and such...any chance you can make me one like that?

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    That looks badass, I really want one o_o

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    Cool-definately unique! Top work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jer View Post
    Outside-the-box thinking for sure. The use of a lanyard for retention is pretty creative. Is it a pita to thread through the hole? Looks to be very clean and definitely makes a statement.
    The hole is the standard size for an ebony pin, also. I was thinking of drilling a small hole in a pin head, attaching a ring, and the lanyard to that...but so far, it's really not that difficult to work with.

    Thanks everyone...and no, I'm not taking on any work, lol.
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    The bar has been set high right at the start. To cool Chris!
    "Those who say it can't be done are always pasted by those doing it"

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    love the color and the skulls, great job on the saya

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    Holy shhheeet !!!! That's not a saya , this is a saya... Well done


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