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Mod a LM Kick to have the bit driver.
Buy the Knipex and you'll be giving away all those other adjustables as gifts.
Not sure on a skeletool, but a Small will hold a bit card if you trim up the card a little. I cut the curved part at the bottom off.
Your Anza has Dymondwood handle. The factory that supplied this wood burned down a while back and now Anza uses mostly micarta and stag, so that...
Google "Tofty" and "shapeways". It's a T-Shank holder that fits in the lanyard slot of the Wave/Charge.
I've been carrying the Knipex plier wrench (the little one) for my new job an an instrument engineer for the past 5 months and, honestly, I would...
You need a shirt pocket for all of those. ;)
You won't be disappointed with the Skinth. Even the XL just kind of disappeared on my person;...
It's going to stick out the top. I guess you could have Eric leave one sleeve open at the bottom, but it would probably find another way to poke you.
Near identical to what I carried in my XL.
It has yet to fail me. You could always tap it with a hammer or improvise a cheater bar.
Not sure if it's the price that is getting you, but Damascus steel is light years past most 420 garbage. Not sure who does TTC's, but if it's one...
Lots of Craftsman stuff made in China nowadays, though they still have the warranty. It's probably cheaper for them to make it on the cheap and...
I had a similar problem until I discovered Perry Suspenders. Now my pants stay up and I look twice as good.
They do, just not in their catalog. You can look them up at vendors if you have the part #.
If you find a Kydex holder that's a little loose, you can always heat it up and reshape it a little for a better fit.
Oh, forgot to add, engineer pliers are fantastic for grabbing a hold of those Rebar pivot screws. There is a fella on another forum that makes...
It's a simple procedure if you're the least bit mechanically inclined; just make sure to heat up the joints before hand. Putting a soldering iron...
For a while I carried an Explorer and a medium sized set of needlenose or sometimes Lineman's pliers. Worked for me.