Thursday, October 21, 2010

Mini Rifle Knurl Lanslides

The titanium Mini Lanslide saga continues today with plain satin Mini Rifle Knurl beads. This is the first wave of them, many more to tie in the coming days. I need to get back to whistles too in the near future as well as finish up the SnakeBites. Too many projects going on as usual! :)

Anyway, the Mini Rifle Knurl Lanslides are $15 plus shipping and the link is here:

Gone for today, thank you!

20 comments:

Dan said...

are these blue?

Matt said...

Very nice Peter. Of all the Lanslides, I like this design the best. Minimalist, compact, and functional.

Peter Atwood said...

Dan, plain satin. Sorry the light was bluish in the picture.

Peter Atwood said...

Matt, mine too. I really love this design. This one and the 5 flute are probably my personal favorites.

TDOGG said...

My fav. Best grippage!!!

Mark said...

Peter,
When is the Dace going to make an appearance?

Peter Atwood said...

I'm hoping before Christmas to have at least some of them done.

sleggur said...

It was possible to buy it. It is very glad :D

QVolve said...

Finally snagged a couple!

I've been waiting for one to throw on my Atwrench and keychain!

j 01110011 said...

This is my fav. of the slides. I am looking for an excuse to buy more.

KeenBeam said...

+1 to the best looking slides.
Thanks for asking about the Dace Mark.

Thomas said...

Peter, have you ever thought of making a version of metal Chopsticks?

hunt said...

chopsticks would be cool....

Speny said...

so need one!!!

Rick said...

Chopsticks? How about an Atwood Titanium pen? :)

KeenBeam said...

Atwood Chopsticks and Pen would be fun. How about an Atwood money clip?

Leo Bloom said...

..moneyclip?? all my cash is in Atwoods!

Isaac said...

Oooh I like the money clip idea.

Make one either with damascus steel or perforated like the prybaby you did.

if you want to make it into a more of a multi-tool, maybe a wedge/corner screwdriver and a bottle opener.

Something in between a prybaby and the Micro Card Knife, no cutting edge of course.

Not too much stuff as you want to admire the perf/damascus surface.

if you DO make one, you better save one for me :)

Thomas said...

No word from Peter in 6 days. Is this the "Calm before the storm"?

Peter Atwood said...

LOL, you intuit well... :D