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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Jan 29, 2015.
Continued from here.
Repost of the only two I own, hopefully will add a few this year!!
Got these two lovely little Stainless Tipplers today.
They go nice with this
Brtsmpsn Here it is again.
This was one of the original BedBug Prototypes, before the design changed.
Quite small, quite different then the final design.
Probably my most prized piece!!
Here are all the different style BedBugs
f350crewzer knows all about the bed bugs. He has a bit of an infestation.
trickcunningham since you mentioned it....
and I wasn't going to.....
but I mean... well I can't resist
It had to be done many here haven't seen your collection
@f350crewzer yes the roid keyton is DLC and one of my most used.
Wow! like Wow ... very educational (ie all your recent posted pics) to say the least.
Just a couple of quick questions ...
Do you have a favourite BedBug and why? That is assuming you haven't collected every permutation and variation of all other Peter Atwood tool types in your collection.
Which one if any Atwood tool do you EDC the most and why?
That is very cool Thanks for sharing.
That is a serious infestation.
Heywood Floyd, that is a loaded question!
I have a few different BedBugs and for different reasons.
The RB Proto is prob the most valuable and unique. I have another one which is an A51 version, the only of it's kind.
I have a hammered version, which I will have to try and find a good picture of. Then I also have the Thin RB Proto, a few Ano'd ones, as well as a Proto Ano from Peter which is also thicker then the rest!
As far as other collections, please see the picture below
As for EDC, I always have G1 Ghost with a spinner in my pocket for the fiddle factor. My normal keycahin has another ghost, a bitbucket and a Blue Ano'd Keyton - which is wearing quite well!
Get your rawbar out of here f350crewzer :-p
Also, for fun, you should go back and look at old Atwood Archive threads, numbers 1 and 2 are especially interesting! Amazing old pieces that I had never seen before.
Here is the first thread. First pic is AMAZING
Thanks for your comprehensive answer with additional information.
I currently have amassed the grand total of 15 Atwood tools and not living in the USA has made getting hold of them all the more difficult. Consequently when a posting like yours turns up it gets my attention.
In short I was amazed. There's no way I had any inkling that such a precise and comprehensive collection of PA Bedbugs even existed.
Just in case, there was absolutely no intention to offend with my question. The assumption may be seen as tongue in cheek which is understandable.