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Keychain Pics, Part 1

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.

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  1. Chiselgrind

    Chiselgrind Banned

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    alwilliam: Yeah, nice set of toys. Love that nasty cat of yours :D

    Anyway, I added a few things to mine. Nothing patricularly fancy though but I switched from a blue LED-light to a white (no idea why I bought a blue from the start) and I added the COPY-tag of my latest Travel Bug Dog Tag just for the looks. Now I really just miss a good prying tool, then I've pretty much covered all of the bases I wish to cover with my keychain. :)

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  2. Gadget Guy

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    Here is a setup that I use everyday. Missing in the orange sheath is a Buck Hartsook that I lent to Deaths Head.
     

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  3. Deaths Head

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    Hey GG, what's that spike?  Oh, and your Hartsook is on it's way back to you.  Also a Concealex sheath for not pressuring me to give you back your knife. O0
     
  4. Gadget Guy

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    DH, it's a marlinspike that I took out of an old knife. You can't believe how useful it is for various projects. Thanks for the sheath's, they are always top notch. :highfive:


    GG
     
  5. Chief-Yeah

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    is that a titanium marlinspike ?
     
  6. Deaths Head

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    Yeah, is it Ti?
     
  7. meeshi_ma

    meeshi_ma Loaded Pockets

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    boy, you've got to watch out for that spike when you sit down...
     
  8. Gadget Guy

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    No, it's stainless steel. :shrug: This setup could be carried in your pocket, but I wouldn't recommend it. :laugh: I carry it in man purse or it sits by my desk. Ti would be cool though!


    GG
     
  9. Deaths Head

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    Maybe someone can make something like that for us. Let's say where the key hangs, a hole for your finger.
     
  10. Chief-Yeah

    Chief-Yeah Loaded Pockets

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    I wouldn't mind having one in Ti
     
  11. parnass

    parnass Loaded Pockets

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    I carry the same Stanley 3 foot Powerlock tape measure (model 39-130) in a pants pocket. I looked for one in several stores until I found them at Ace Hardware. Home Depot sells a noname small locking tape measure, but the lock was unreliable on all the ones I tried in the store. The Stanley lock works well.
     

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  12. RyanMalpiede

    RyanMalpiede Loaded Pockets

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  13. Deaths Head

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    Cool link Ryan. I bet you can tell them that you already have the standard model, and you want to just purchase the spike. Did you try that?
     
  14. JimH

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    That's not $20 for the titanium marlin spike. It's $20 over the cost of the stainless steel marlin spike and you only get the titanium version not both of them.
     
  15. RyanMalpiede

    RyanMalpiede Loaded Pockets

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    DH ... yeah I tried that too. She just said no one had ever asked for just the spike since it has to be retrofitted onto the knife in the shop (Spike + Retro $30).  She followed with that she had a very limited supply of them. :censored: they look perfect for the chain too.
     
  16. powernoodle

    powernoodle Loaded Pockets

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    I can't stand carrying a keyring the size of a Toyota, so I carry 2 smaller ones.

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    Left: Leatherman Squirt S4, Arc AAA, Atwood Wedgie3.

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  17. Gadget Guy

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    Good idea! O0 How do you like the Atwood Wedgie? I have a couple different sizes and I really love them. What will Peter come up with next???


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  18. powernoodle

    powernoodle Loaded Pockets

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    I find it pretty helpful for those times I dont want to pry with a knife blade. The pointy end is a little sharp for pocket carry, but do-able. I took the cord wrap off to slim it down.

    The 2 keyring thing works pretty well. Nice having just keys on one of them to use in the car, etc.

    peace
     
  19. ScarabDrowner

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    is that a juice or a squirt?  if it truly is a juice, I now know which multi-tool to invest in :)
     
  20. Haz

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    Looking at the pic and the size comparison to the ArcAAA, it's definately a squirt
     
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