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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Sep 4, 2013.
Thanks homie! They are excellent blades...You should really pick one up.
How do you like your anso carabiner?
Been thinking about getting one.
Utility: Pry bar useful, gate strong, over all size good?
I've been wanting one for a long time and finally pulled the trigger, I really like it!
It is a very big carabiner (enough to use as a knuckle duster).
The prybar is thick and Seems it would work well, the gate is very sturdy and strong that there is very little fear of it accidentally opening, the size is workable depending on how you intend to carry it (I keep it on my front loop of my pants and in the pocket). I say try it out, it's well worth the price and looks so cool.
Any idea where one would get a attachment device like that? Thanks anyway it goes.
Got that years ago on my vacation in Hong Kong. Not sure if it still available now but the brand is "Tough Jeansmith". Never used it till now.
Thanks will let the search begin! All searches lead to a clothing company.
Looks like a strap that is used to tie down gear on pallets loaded on planes...or static line attachment...
I see Survival something on the side what is the rest of it please.
Actually it look like those parachutes hook. Maybe get the hook from some surplus shops and DIY? Won't be too difficult to do, I think...
Yes... I remember I walked in the shop with wife when she's looking for her stuff... and only this hook caught my eye.
Change again. Munroe on my beta so it tail stands and my atwoods all together. Just need an atwhistle now.
June 30th, 2014
Minimum changes on my toolchain. To whom it may interest, a little bit more than 100 grams totally.
It seems that i have found the right balance (for me) between "bulk" and "useful" set.
Yes, i know, i have four or five cut sources on it... it's fine that way.
Here you go...
Hey did you know you have four or five cut sources on this tool chain? Is it fine that way? lol
In seriousness though, this brings up some good questions; for you specifically, but also for anyone else who cares to answer:
How do you carry your toolchain? Vs. car keys and other on-person items? Like you wrote, "bulky vs. useful."
Also, how do you like having so many items on one chain? I used to have everything on one carabiner. I now carry my car keys are on a separate carabiner with a prybar and tritium fob and just 3 things on a separate tool chain: aaa flashlight, VC pen, and LM style PS.
I removed my inchworm, centipede, fingernail clippers, and usb drive because I rarely used them... I leave them in the car with my MP fatty.
Hanging on the fence at the church playground
The toolchain is on a P-7 (Fenix E0-1, SAK Classic, VC Pen, Atwood or similar tool, Atwood BitBucket w\ 2 phillips bits) Left pocket. Keys are on three different Clips on a steel ring (Truck Key and fob with a Boyo bullet bead)(House, Mail key, and garage door gate fob)(Bling and work keys). The ring goes in my bag and I just take off what I need. Usually just my truck keys in my pocket.
(Recycled pics from a couple of pages back)
This shows the key setup, but I have changed it slightly since then, different vehicle keys and moved my house and mail key on with the garage gate fob.
Thanks!! Dang looks like it's only available from a place in Singapore.