Fantastic! A pouch for Mosin-Nagant ammunition. Best of luck with it. You have some cool items listed.
Haha, thanks Teeritz, and nice to see you here! I've been quite enjoying your blogs on wrist watches lately!I know, the Mosin pouch is really random, but I use them for everything and thought others might like them as typer maintenance kits, too. I'll be adding more items until I either buckle down for NaNo or until I run out of ideas, whichever comes first!
I like your ideas -- good ways to promote a culture of typewriting in the 21st century.
Thanks Richard! It's a little different concept than most shops on Etsy that have to do with typewriters, namely in the fact that no machines are harmed in the making of my wares. Hopefully some will eventually be brought back because of them, in some small way. One can dream!
Nice shop. I like the typewriter survival kit -- ok, you did not call it that. Your ammo pouches are much nicer than mine. I have been using or adapting army surplus to my needs ever since I was about 14 or 15 and find that ammo and compass pouches are among the most useful of many items although the list like Sonny & Cher's Beat, could go on ....
Thanks Bill! Hahaha, maybe I should call it that, if you don't mind me snagging your term and running with it!I do love me some Army surplus. I have an ammo can in lieu of a trunk on my scooter. I use a mailbag as a laptop sleeve. Grenade pouch? cell phone holder. Like you, the list could go on!I actually do a wee bit of leather reconditioning; not all my pouches were beautiful whence they first arrived. That one was, though; I don't think I've done a thing to it, not even Saddle Soap!
Call it what you please. As far as I know my words are not copy righted.
Well, it's always nice if someone asks first, you know?