Wednesday, April 07, 2010

More Mini Rifle Knurl Lanslides

Hi folks,

Got some more of the Mini Rifle Knurl Lanslides done! These are the same length as previous Lanslides just slightly smaller diameter. Because the proportions are different and with the lack of pinstripe they appear longer than the big ones. They make a really a nice accent for jacket side pockets or for smaller tools. A plain version without knurling and with two racing stripes will be coming in another day or two.

Another change with this batch is my use of stretchy shock cord instead of the usual paracord. It's a little more work for me to finish and I'm not sure I'll use it all the time but it makes for a nice change. Great material.

The price on these is the same as the others, $15 plus shipping, since they are costing me the same to produce with the same amount of work involved.

Mini Rifles are gone, thank you!


26 comments:

fiveminutes said...

these look amazing!

Aaron said...

That damn shock cord is a pain to burn (or should I say burns to easily - They start on fire quick). They look great Peter. Thanks!

Steve said...

Very nice looking. I think I will hold off for the racing stripe version though!

Mykhailo said...

It's a pity you can't hold such orders. Shipment costs as much as the product shipped :(

villlaverde said...

very nice, and the beads Racing Mini is a masterpiece

agento2 said...

Finally got in on a sale. took me quite a few attempts.

vegassprky said...

Can you claim that beads pushed you into bankruptcy!? LOL maybe they would'nt buy into that! Boy Peter you never run down, just keep going and going.......! Gary :>)

crap said...

I can't see the point, I was hoping to see something useful here

Easy Wind said...

My Mini Prybaby XL is going to look all jazzed up when these Mini Rifle beads arrive!
Crap, they are useful in many ways.
Currently I have a diamond knurl stacked against a 5 Dot on a G3 Prybaby and when I grip the tool
the beads lay against my pinky finger and provide a stellar grip.
I must say the set up looks Bitchin'.

Once you have one Lanslide you will want 10, trust me.

Peter, how many Lanslides does it take to fill a BigShot? Please do tell!!

Grendel said...

Hi Peter -

How can I buy one? It's my first purchase here. Please set 2 aside for me if you can

Thanks

Paul

Colter Costello said...

hello Mr. Atwood - I emailed you (martin.t.tribble@gmail.com) I also cannot figure out how to make a purchase. I have been admiring your tools for a long time but have never actually caught a sale that was not already sold out!! I am sure that the answer to my question must be obvious and I feel rather stupid for not being able to figure it out, but if it is not too much trouble could you please email me and tell me what to do? Thank you so much. Your tools are awesome, by the way!!

Indy Fab fan said...

Greetings Grendel & Colter & any others who have wandered in or stumbled across the functional art of Peter Atwood.

http://www.atwoodknives.com/home/sp4index.php

is the link to the FAQs . . .

other than that, bookmark www.atwoodknives.blogspot.com and hope lady luck smiles upon you!

Cheers!

kymooseman said...

Peter. I am still trying to figure out the ordering process. If these are available I would like to have one.

EDCGeek said...

Indy Fab Fan kind of beat me to it... I was going to post last night that Peter has a great page titled: "How My Sales Work" that explains everything you could - would - want - or need to know about buying his masterful little works of art and engineering.

http://www.atwoodknives.com/home/23064568.php

Have a great weekend everyone!

EDC Geek

Joel Wayne said...

First score from a general sale! Can't believe it!

vegassprky said...

The link is still up! Peter maybe they see the wednesday date and don't notice the buy link? Gary :>)

Peter Atwood said...

LOL, it's been real busy today. I made a lot of these, already offered them once already so the demand is reduced... and it's a beautiful day so no one is at their computers. It was actually a great pace today and I was able to keep up with the orders as they came in for once. Even better, I heard from many folks who never get a chance to get in on the sales so there were quite a few new names and that always makes me happy.

Steven Jarvis said...

I'm one of the newbies. I've been stalking your sales casually for a while and seriously for the last few months. I'm looking forward to my first -- but definitely not my LAST -- Atwood piece!

Kenneth said...

Hey Peter,
Package arrived today and is awesome!
Thank you very much!!!!
Chris

Jacob said...

The guy who said peters stuff is useless is a giant bag of turkey poo and he can personally talk to me about what a sissy he is for putting a great artist down like Peter
I can't believe it was even posted
I guess everyone has a right to their own opinion even if it's crap ...

vegassprky said...

Hey Jacob if he doesn't like this stuff it leaves more for us and others who want it! Everybody to their own likes and dislikes! My $.02 Gary :>)

Jacob said...

Very true Vegas very true.. I just had to knock him...Or her whoever..and ur correct more goodies for us ...yeah it's a full time job scoring one of Peters cool tools so every opportunity counts...
Party on all u Atwood Lovers out there and to all the haters ur missing out on some good stuff..

Hugo said...

Peter, I've got to say these Ti beads are really neat-
Have you considered a bead of Tungsten?
or is there something not readily apparent that I'm missing-?

Peter Atwood said...

Thank you! I suppose tungsten would make an interesting bead but it is very heavy and I don't know a lot about it. I also do not know where to find it in these kind of sizes.

agento2 said...

The lanslide was in my mailbox today, very cool. It's larger than i pictured, looks great on my back pack.

Stormdrane said...

Those are some great looking lanyard beads, kudos on the excellent workmanship!