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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Dr Jekell, Oct 28, 2012.
Peanut lighter, inchworm, Ti widgy, UB tweezers, LM Style, E-gear flashlight and a P7...
Is that titanium cartridge one of the new pill fobs from FenixOutfitters? Is it the same size as a .45 ACP?
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hi good stuff here
I have update my keychain, I have cut DIY titanium clip and with the material left I have made this tag to remember how important fredom is and to honor people to have given their lives keep us free.
Tag has two holes so you can use it to make a brazalet.
Lookin' good. Great to see another tag jockey too!
and chain doodler!
Yes, that's the same! The size is 34mmx10mm, so not exactly the same as a .45 ACP but similar I think.
Ok-one thing that's really bugging me-is one of the rings on that chainmail fob smaller in diameter than the others??
Still working on my keychain...now it looks like this:
That's not a keychain, that's a bludgeoning tool.
I know that triangle thing is an atwood but what is it called?
The one in the pic is a Bermuda Triangle
There was also a Triangle Plus
Peter Atwood's Bermuda Triangle (http://www.atwoodknives.com/home/19878877.php) There are different versions and finishes.
Atwood Bermuda Triangle
Here is mine.
Inchworm and Centipede measuring sticks, silver gripper tweezers, utilikey, leatherman style, capsule of cotton wool/vasaline tinder, firesteel rod, paracord fob, and of course, my keys
I put a larger split ring on my Veleno Designs Maze so, as it hangs outside the pocket, all I have to do is slip my fingertip in to it to pull the PickPocket out of my pocket. Easy peasy.
Think the big honkin' split ring would drive me crazy. Would lean towards an endless loop in paracord or dyneema for that kind of a setup.
so...did you finish the maze? or are you keeping it on your keychain so that you may one day spontaneously figure it out?
My wife thinks its one of those scanner code squares I tried to explain
New setup, with huge kudos to Mooshi and Cornholio.