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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Soulriot, Aug 10, 2013.
Didn't I say it'd only take me a minute to find it once I stopped looking?
yup, patterned spanner baby. worthless piece of metal.............
Holy smokes! Are those all Atwood tools?!
He's been busy!
When I got mine, he made one WITH a spanner and one without.
I sent you a PM brian
Okay. I'll see if I'm smart enough to figure out where that is and/or how to read it.
Very nice! I'm always here if you need me. For anything. Pick up your laundry, wash the car, etc.
Step away Six String I saw it first
Don't worry. You have first dibs.
OK return to your corners and await instructions...................
Folks are getting feisty hereabouts.
No feisty Intended. Let me make it clear. I have 0 interest in this piece other than admiring it in pics. My apologies to Brian. I hope he hasn't got a bad, and incorrect, impression of what this group is about, which is all about sharing and admiring each other's awesome Atwoods.
Nothing more than humor intended in my post, I hope it was taken that way. Love to see pics of any older piece.
We joke around A LOT in here
I wasn't being feisty either; I only talk that way to friends
When I first got a Keyton from Peter, I wasn't crazy about the design and actually sent it back to him to trade for something else. A few weeks later I had a change of heart and re-ordered the Keyton. Since then it has become my favorite Atwood design. All three generations are top notch!
Here's the original.
Love all the Keytons except the G2 Ti. Something about the bit holder in it that just doesn't appeal to me. The originals have a simplicity in the design I love and the G3s have a the slightly shorter length I love in them.
Here's a buddy's old Atwood collection, or at least part of it.
Just the Titanium