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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.
How does this set-up compare to the Vic Swiss Card 4-way screwdriver?
Nothing beats the vic quatro for low profile and minimal lite carry ... that said, this little guy I made being a true "bit" can fit into anything that has a hex hole (Atwood/PocketWrenchII). This allows for the needed torque for a real job with no real tools. It hasn't broken yet, so I am happy so far. I would still like to see a real screw keeping the two pieces together. I am thinking even a small scissor screw/nut off a broken oldschool leatherman micra.
12:1:11 keychain by anonmanbear, on Flickr
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Hey retro_bogan, what is that thing that says TAC on it?
I'm gonna say it's a JumpDrive .. ?
It's a jump drive from tacdrive.com. It's fairly pricey but got sick of breaking drives on my keychain
In defense of the blurred key, I can copy any key I can see. I am a locksmith with all the goodies to do it. The problem is I am a ethical locksmith so I would only do it for my customers that needed it. And anyways any thief would also need to know where you live to make any copies useful. So in my opinion, blur away. Can't hurt.
Well said, But the bottom line is; Locks are for honest people .
I was just on the Nite-Ize website... they got some sharp pieces on there! Thanks for the tip. I never heard of them until now!!
What is the name of the thing that the keys and things are on?
You mean the small clips? They are McGizmo clips. Available from the forum store. There come in a couple of different sizes and even in titanium.
I believe he was referring to the center large looking clip that the two main rings are attached to.
Did some updates to my key chains, well mostly just replaced the binding post with clevis pins and added some P-7s
That's a valet key ring that my wife picked up for me when she worked for Coach a couple of years back. Here's the current set-up -
LOVE that keyhanger! Would love to know where you got that from!
It looks like a type of snap shackle you find at marine chandlery stores - that might help with a search for similar. It does look very cool ;D
Yup it's a snap shackle from Berkeley Point. A little on the pricey side for a key doodad, but hey you only live once! I currently have them back on a regular bow shackle though, the snap is kind of bulky.
Yeah I was. Sorry I should have been more specific. Thanks!