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Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by JAfromMn, Dec 13, 2011.
Similar to my current pocket tool kit - it covers a lot of bases with not too much kit
What about this?
Usually have a SOG Powerlock, as well, but that's nothing special.
love the grip modification.
love this setup, but I want to substitute the Blast for the Wave in black oxide. Thanks for posting
Thank You gerrygprs
I would like to make a all black tool combo based around a black oxide wave or better yet a black charge tti if they make one.
That is an unexpensive modification.
Something that i always dislike about the SAKs was its lack of traction on the scales.
That simple mod changes it totally.
Greetings from Argentina
I've been trying to figure out how in the world they make the cuts in those tools, waterjet I guess?
This one just showed up in the mail last night
Cleand up Pocket tool's today but now my lanyards look dirty.
Some will rust if I don't care for them now and then.
Had to take a pic
Nice looking collection!!!
I'm going to try get a Atwood and a little something special by the next time I take a group pic.
It's a bad habIt. I'm hooked on pocket tools.
JA how do you like the tt skull gen2? I just ordered one myself.
Awesome pic, how much does the pocket edge cost? I love it!
The Skull 2 is nice small bit holder pry tool I like mine it's replaced my Skull 1 because it's shape is a little more user friendly with better bit holder placement.
I know he's got planes on one more run of Edges but I don't know what thell go for. I'd like to get a spair more so if they are a different steel or finish.
J.S.B. Has got some Gecko tools in Ti that I got to try before I buy a different brand.
I asked a few tool makers what they use and I got trade secret.
I think your right and wrong depends on who's making them. CNC or waterjet.
Bill's Urban Wallet. I can drop this in a cargo pocket of pants or shorts or in a field jacket. Or, I can put it in a Maxpedition Fatboy or Timbuk2 Messenger Bag or whatever else I am carrying. Carries a lot of stuff!
Nice setup DBR
What's the little tool in the bottom left of your Pic a folding Mag glass?
I would add a magnifying lens to my edc of I could find one that small.
That is a Bausch & Lomb (Coddington) Jeweler's Loupe. That little thing is a whopping 20X. The only problem with that is, the smaller the loupe and the higher the magnification, the closer you have to get to something - the closer you get the loupe to the item you want to view and the closer your eye has to be to the loupe. With slightly larger loupes, you don't have that problem. You can still get them.
Some seem to use a stamping process to start with, but probably not all. Makes me wish I had a real machine shop
It looks like a jewelers loop.