Spydersense wrote:Wow! I love it!
Thanks Spydersense, I do to!
That is amazing work...
It sure is. Kevin does nice work.
senorsquare wrote:Very nice mod. Looks awesome!
Thank you senorsquare, nice seeing you around the forums and IG.
Ned wrote:Yes that is very cool...Thank you for posting!
Not a problem Ned, thanks for prompting me.
Cujobob wrote:I got on his books for one a week ago, can't wait for that! The Mini Para 2 is cool, also, but I think the Southard should be just a tad cooler and makes it closer to a 'custom' Southard
The Mini Para 2 does look cool Cujobob. I think you're right the Southard is a bit more unique. It's inspired by his Tarsus model. You'll have to post some pics when you get it. What material are you using?
knolan wrote:Really nice...especially the crowned spine! I too have always wanted a 3" Southard and it looks like you actually achieved it.
The crowned spine is really cool. I love it on the Sebenza and am thrilled to have it on the Mini Southard. Thanks knolan!
Scorpion wrote:How much did that all cost? This looks amazing but I think most people would have found it way out of their price range.
It was spendy, but worth it IMO because it kept me from selling the knife. I can't stand shelf queens. Email Bower Bladeworks for a quote if you are interested in having one done.
Kylems11 wrote:That looks sick. I always wanted a southard but the blade is too big. I wish sal would come up with a mini southard with a 3 inch blade. I think it would be very popular.
I thought I heard a rumor somewhere that there is talk with Brad Southard about doing another collaboration with a smaller knife. I sure hope so because he is one of the best in the business. Southard and Sal are the dream team!