My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

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zeek from coon creek
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My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by zeek from coon creek » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:50 pm

Back in the early spring I ordered one of Oklahoma Leatherman's back pocket quivers. I truly love it and meant to show it off on here before now but never got around to it. I talked with him about ordering a matching armguard but didn't do that either until a few weeks ago. I bought a used Knives of Alaska knife pretty cheap on an auction site. The knife is still in very good shape but the sheath had been neglected past saving so I contacted KC and asked if he would make a replacement sheath to match my quiver; he said "sure". Then I asked if he would go ahead and make the armguard we talked about to also match and he was happy to. So the new sheath and armguard are my Christmas present from me to me this year. I am attaching photos of all three items to show them off. I am very proud of them their quality is only matched by their beauty. KC does top quality work at unbelievably reasonable prices. If you are looking for a quiver, armguard, sheath or probably most anything made from leather Oklahoma Leatherman is the man to contact.
The pocket quiver
The pocket quiver
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My new armguard
My new armguard
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Knives of Alaska "Cub Bear" and new custom sheath
Knives of Alaska "Cub Bear" and new custom sheath
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The three pieces together
The three pieces together
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eddie c
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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by eddie c » Thu Dec 19, 2013 9:44 am

those are nice. :archer:
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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by Okie » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:04 pm

Great gift idea!! KC does great work doesn't he? :applaud:
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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by Oklahoma Leatherman » Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:17 am

Thank you for the kind words John! I am happy that you like your items and would be happy, happy, happy to fix others up with custom leather work.

Merry Christmas!
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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by Greywolf » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:36 pm

Yes Sir he does !!

Nice me to me gifts... err.... you to you... :rolf:
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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by FullDraw » Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:16 am

Very nice gifts, Zeek. I've got a few items from KC, too. I'm gonna say it again, he does great work and even a poor boy like me can afford it.

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Re: My Christmas Gifts From Me to Me

Post by hawkthrower » Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:26 pm

Nice work indeed! And it looks like a merry Christmas and a Happy New year with excellent equipment!
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