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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Oct 12, 2014.
Zach Wood Knife & Tool
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Yep, wot he^^^^^^said
He doesn't make them very often though, only a few every year( although that did give me time to save up!!) Oh and thanks!
Who makes that Eagle looking pry please?
That's the RJ Martin Dirty Bird.
Very nice, did you grind your keys down yourself? If so, you did a fantastic job of it, care to comment on how you got them so clean and evenly matched?
Just added the Alox Classic, Fenix 05SS, and Nite Ize Doohikey. Waiting for the TEC Python clips to complete my setup. Cheers!
What kind of nail clipper is that? It looks like a clipper + a base.
I picked it up at an Orvis shop. It has a nail clipper, scisors, small knife blade and flathead screwdriver/nail file. The closest I've seen on the web is a Shilling European Nail Clipper Key Ring Multitool. Comes with a leather pouch too. Reasonable price.
Thanks. Very compact. Does the nail clipper work well?
I bolted the keys together and worked on them all at the same time. I used a hacksaw to cut off most the metal (I don't have a grinder), then used a file, and finished them with three or four grades of wet-dry sand paper ending up at 2000 grit.
Thanks for asking.
It works extremely well.
There is a Bass Pro on the drive home and I "needed" these swivels...
I have used many of the aircraft type cables. As you stated, had them come unscrewed. I cured that problem though with a couple drops of lock tight. Blue is recommended, but red will work too. Just real hard to take back apart unless heated.
What danger is that?
The True Utility Nail Clip Kit looks like it and there are unbranded ones on eBay too. I'm guessing there's some rebranding going on. Actually looking at it opened, the mechanism looks like the Victorinox one.
No danger. Maybe I'm not understanding your question...