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Keychain #0 Philips Bit?

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by madkins007, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. madkins007

    madkins007 Loaded Pockets

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    As I work to lighten my EDC load and reduce redundancy, I have come to realize that I mostly use my SwissTech UtiliKey (or, sometimes, my Victorinox Manager keychain knife) for the long, strong #0 Phillips bit, so is there a tool out there that is pretty much JUST a long, strong #0 Philips bit??

    I tried to drill out the rivet in the UtiliKey to remove the blade part and it is a pretty tough metal. I'm going to try again with a stronger bit, but if something would do the job cost effectively, I'd rather go that route.
     
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  2. EZDog

    EZDog EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Countycomm has a few different EDC Keychain drivers have yo looked there?
     
  3. ItsHardToKnow

    ItsHardToKnow Loaded Pockets

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    Westerdutch Loaded Pockets

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    Yeah, just get a long #0 phillips bit, drill a hole through the back end and put it on a split-ring. Bit steel can be tricky to drill through but its nothing a decent drill press, a drop of oil and half a decent drill cant handle.