Run Ranger Run 2016 Bastards hit the finish line.

To all I am proud to announce that the three Bastards are done.

As per Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) all are unique and the Bastard Kingfisher companion blade is the first one ever built.

Starting with the specs of the Biggest to smallest.

Big Inglorious Bastard
13 3/4" Overall length 6 3/4" cutting edge
Handle is 5 3/4" with textured Green Canvas Micarta, with exposed pommel.
Sheath is O.D. front/Black back all are set up for a Blade Tec belt mounting system.

Mid Size Inglorious Bastard
11 1/2" Overall Length 5 34" cutting edge
Handle is post era Red oak salvaged from a rebuild at a civil war era plantation, professionally stabilized, stained and soak in boiled linseed oil.
Sheath is same as above.

#001 Bastard Kingfisher
6 1/2" Overall length 3" cutting edge
Thin MILSPEC cord wrap with always open retention lanyard.

Both sheaths will except the add on of the companion knife so you can choose either knife. Now onto the pictures.

The box is made from Oregon Douglas Fir pine textured and stained with several coats of Boiled Linseed oil to preserve it for a few lifetimes. The ammo style crate was built by my father a former Marine and the lid was laser engraved by Suire's awards who also happens to be a former Marine. Much thanks to both of you and your generosity.

I would also like to thank Larry Browns Machine Works Inc who help me with a few problems, Larry is one of the finest Machinist who happens to build nice rifles, I have ever met and is also a former Navy veteran. Please find him on Facebook great guy.

Doc Taylor also a Army veteran help to rip the old wood and is a master carpenter and great guy that lives behind me.

Also thanks to the "Tipping Point with Boone Cutler" for some airtime on his live radio show. Also to Mike Walker of www.blackskyradio.com for some live time on his show for promoting the event.

Its a honor and a privilege to work with a great 501c3 honest not for profit Veterans organization Gallant Few Inc, and the Run Ranger Run event. Look forward to next year as I may changed it up a bit and do something new and very different.


Spencer Alan Reiter
SAR Global Tool

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