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post #211 of 524
excellent. thanks mikecch
post #212 of 524
No worries! By the way, plenty of space on the list - it's not limited to 10! So if you're interest, by all means PM me
post #213 of 524
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No worries!

By the way, plenty of space on the list - it's not limited to 10!
So if you're interest, by all means PM me

I'm in. PM'ed you.
post #214 of 524
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I'm in. PM'ed you.
PM replied. We have around 20 people at the moment - please do PM me with your e-mail if you're interested! Btw, at this stage, the leather will likely be a natural/light tan of some sort. We are also talking of the possibility of working with Jeff Decker for custom buckles. P.S. A reminder to those that PMed me - please PM again with your e-mail so I can add you to the list.
post #215 of 524
Wow, this is making me post for the first time, just to get PM ability to get in on this! Mike, you'll have a PM shortly.
post #216 of 524
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Wow, this is making me post for the first time, just to get PM ability to get in on this! Mike, you'll have a PM shortly.

Welcome aboard!
We have 30 people now...at this stage I'm looking to finalize the list in January!
post #217 of 524
Mike...you have a PM!
post #218 of 524
Here's my sword-tip belt made by Scott, using 15oz natural skirting leather (was almost white/pink in colour when new):



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Mike...you have a PM!

PM replied.
post #219 of 524
i have that same buckle (or at least a very similar one) on one of my belts!
post #220 of 524
^ Yeah, I remember, your Kenton Sorenson belt?

It's from a US hardware wholesaler, so I reckon lots of American belts could potentially have it.
post #221 of 524
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^ Yeah, I remember, your Kenton Sorenson belt? It's from a US hardware wholesaler, so I reckon lots of American belts could potentially have it.
yeah ... dude, i am so excited for this buy. there are so many cool details i never even thought of that you mentioned in the e-mail.
post #222 of 524
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yeah ...

dude, i am so excited for this buy. there are so many cool details i never even thought of that you mentioned in the e-mail.

Same here! I got the impression from the email that this guy knows as much about these belts as the craftsmen themselves. Can't wait to learn more about the final product!
post #223 of 524
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Same here! I got the impression from the email that this guy knows as much about these belts as the craftsmen themselves. Can't wait to learn more about the final product!

Haha, nah, I'm just enthusiastic :P

Second update is out to our 36 participants!
Cool details currently being discussed includes a really unique approach to the leather as well as top of line materials in terms of hardware and construction.
Join us to find out more.
post #224 of 524
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Haha, nah, I'm just enthusiastic :P Second update is out to our 36 participants! Cool details currently being discussed includes a really unique approach to the leather as well as top of line materials in terms of hardware and construction. Join us to find out more.
lol, i just sent you an e-mail about the details of the hardware used (other then the buckle). maybe you can respond in the forum so we all know for those that are interested. edit: and what is the consensus on the tip? have you gotten that far yet?
post #225 of 524
FYI we're actually starting a cult here. But it's really fun! Come on inside. :koolaid:
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