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Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by Soulriot, Nov 1, 2012.
My Alox for today!!
Glad ya like em!
Crazy seeing the ones I assembled right next to a few more professionally built pieces. Not quite as flawless as I was shooting for, but not too shabby.
My newest alox is a NIB Technician.
Silver Alox Technician Blog Post with more photos
Alox for today..
The Solo... (reunited with the sprirt..)
Did I see some Red overthere ?
Same Same for me ... but different !
One for the nephew
one for a user
one for a keeper
Been a while since I posted here.
Todays Alox. Syph Ceralox.
Awesome, glad it made it over to Norway!
I'm glad it made it too. Some more pictures in my thread if you want to look.
It has made some interest in your customs as usual.
SOME interest Only 79 replies since you posted the pics.
Today's latest, a two layer with some old cross silver scales.
That combo looks great Syph. Is it the original silver old cross scale or your silver anodization?
Those are original scales, all I did was drill them out for my screws to fit.
Still this Alox.
I know that is the Electrician blade, but how is the shape helpful for someone working with electrical stuffs? Just curious, I love the shape but am stumped as to what makes it helpful.
I don't know an official answer, but I'd venture the short wharncliffe style blade is good for working in tight quarters inside enclosures or switch boxes, and the scoop at the bottom is a sharpened wire jacket scraper/stripper.
Bleh pretty much got it. We use wharncliffe blades because we use the tip of the blade the most to stripp wires. And with a long drop piont blade or similar, you have to hold the knife in a unpractical angle and you don't have the same tip control.
Another special run is available
I love short, tip control blades. I think the pruner is my favorite, but the sheepsfoot/wharnie is nice too.