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  1. Hey no problem on the OD M5, Glad vthe LEO's got em, they and the military guys always get first in my opinion. I will probably want a Khaki M5 too. Can I reserve one of the Khaki small RPs if not spoken for?


    Let me know or bill mev through Paypal.


    Have a good weekend, Indy is about to start, if the rain holds off. Peter


    PS GO LAKERS!!!!!! :blink::ph34r:

  2. Hello Mitch,

    Sorry for the absence, I have been messing around with knives and working on Ebay for my wife's business. I HAVE TO get out to Geocache in the next few days, it will be 80+ degrees!


    Allright,dude, my address is:

    Peter Ker

    PO Box 850

    Port Hueneme, CA 93044


    Thank you in advance for getting those for me, you are too kewl!


    Anything new expected in? There a OD M5 available??


    Take care, Peter

  3. Peter did you get some stuff from another vendor?  Are you stepping out on me?  B)  I'll see what I can do bro. 


    ....stuff from them right now, no BS, they are on B.O. until the end of the month on this stuff.  I'm not a happy camper.  I have a show on the 20-21 and I've rented the tables, but NO GEAR.  At any rate, I have emailed everyone that has placed an order within the last few days offering a refund or putting them on the list for filling orders when I can get the stuff. I hate having a B.O. hanging over my head.  I'm afraid of missing someone's order (which I have done). 


    What I'm doing is asking people to email me to see if I have it in stock, or to see if they want it even if there is a wait. 


    Again, I apologize for any problems this might cause.


    Mitchell Teeters


    B)B) No new gear, just some knife sheaths that I want to attach properly. I bought a RAT-7 knife, It comes with a teriffic sheath BUT it is setup for MOLLE and the malice clips would attach it perfectly to my Camelbak!


    Keep me down for the OD M5 and small rolly polly, I don't care if it takes a while. Bill me for the Malice clips and shipping through Paypal.I am really POed that they are not taking care of you, do you think any emails from customers would help? Lemme know.


    I will tell them I have gear from Bianchi, Eagle Industries, Balckhawk Industries, Spec Ops, Camelbak, Sheathmechanic.com, Bladetech, etc and that I didn't really need another gear company. Yes, the designs are good but YOU, Mitch are the difference. Your knowledge, experience along with the willingness to share it are why my friends and I bought so much gear. It is good business practice to take special care of new customers. However, existing dealers that got you where you are, should not be overlooked. There needs to be a balance. I live in SoCal and can easily go to the outdoor or gun shows they sell at. But then I wouldn't be able to check your opinion on whether or not a bag, holder or sheath will work for what I want it to do.


    Oh well. off my soapbox.


    This is the knife and sheath, Its a Rat-7 that comes in a Spec-Ops sheath.








    I also had Dave at sheathmechanic.com make a Kydex sheath for it:







    Take care Mitch, Peter B):D [/size]

  4. Thanks Mitch Whats the size of the M5

    and does it use the malace clips.


    Leemann <_<

    Hi Leemann,

    The M5 has the following: Dimensions: 7" x 5" x 2.25" (main compartment)

    compared to the M1 at: Dimensions: 3.6 in x 5.5 in x 2.1 in

    The Thermite is: Dimensions: 8" x 4.75" x 3" (main compartment)


    I can't wait to get one. Sounds like Mitch will be getting them sometime after March 15th. I don't know about the malice clips. I like the straps for on the belt wear. Take care, Peter AKA Agreatscot



  5. Has anyone purchased the above mentioned cell phone holsters?  Need some info.

    Hi DigiFerret,


    Sorry for the delay. I have not had time lately to hit Geocaching due to workload. I have the CP-M and use it for my Startac phone. I love it! I wear it horizontal with my antenna facing back. I used to have problems with bending and breaking the antennas but not anymore.


    I bought a second one and use it on the strap of my Camelbak for my military model compass. The CP-M (and the others too) have heavy velcro that allows a lot of adjustment. I have had several other cellphone cases, Coach, Bianchi, Motorola but this is the best.


    Take care, Peter



  6. Sounds like a good idea. I would add:

    A basic compass, note pad, pencil, CITO bag and spare batteries.


    Of course there are other things I would want like a Swiss Army Knife, first aid kit,gloves, poncho,etc. Since these are personal choices you could include a list of other items recommended by others like the 10 essentials list. There are some really good posts if you search 'what is in your backpack. '.

  7. Hello Mitch,

    Thought I would give you a quick review of the OD Proteus I bought recently. Some close friends invited us to join them on a trip on the 'gold line' a metro light rail. This is the latest addition to the light rail in Los Angeles. We went from the east end of it in Pasadena, through old Pasadena, ending up at Union Station in downtown LA. Union Station was built in the late 1930's and is a terrific art deco building featured in many movies. Then across the street to Olvera Street for some great Mexican food

    This was the first use of the Proteus as a digital camera bag. At first I wore it with the waist strap, then after boarding the train I stowed waist straps and attached it to my Camelbak Motherlode using the Proteus back straps and the Camelbak Molle loops. It was great! The main compartment held my camera, closeup lens set, mini tripod and extra batteries. One side pocket had my SAK and leatherman. The other side pocket had more extra batteries and my spent rechargables. The front pocket holds spare memory cards, a lens cleaning kit, a glasses repair kit, note pad, photon flash light and spare batteries (I know, battery fanatic) for the Photon and my Surefire. I also had a pen in one of the loops next to the front pocket.

    This is really a well thought out bag. Usually multi-carry bags don't really work that well but the Proteus is different. It works really well as a waist bag and attaches quite solid for backpack attachment. Since our friends planned this outing I did not get to Geocache, but I will next time on the gold line! :ph34r::DB) Peter AKA Agreatscot

  8. quote:
    Originally posted by TNRonin:

    Ok, let's try this again....


    Peter, I have a tightly packed box headed your way tomorrow! Wohooooo


    Here is an animated .gif with the CP-L and my sportrak.


    WoooHooo is right, can't wait for that box! The gif looks great, guess I will have to get 'HTML for Dummies'and learn that stuff. LOL!!

    Thanks, Peter


    Geocachers do it with coordinates!


    [This message was edited by AGREATSCOT on November 08, 2003 at 04:19 PM.]

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