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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by dork, Feb 28, 2014.
I got mine from countycomm.com
Was gifted this one from a friend a while back. Its nice and light, Ti beadblasted. Fairly long so pretty good leverage. Complete with a Rifled brass Atwood landslide.
Most of the current collection.
Two of my latest ones.
How often do you use a prybar? What are the typical tasks for them?
I don't have one...yet.
Scraping, prying, flathead screwdriver, beverage beaching, protecting knife blades from not cutting abuse. Do you need one? Up to you. But if nothing else fails it is something to fiddle with when you are bored.
Zach Woods Clip It
Sent from my HYPERDRIVEN S4
I suppose it's a lot safer than fiddling with a knife when one is bored!
I am really trying to convince myself that I need one that's for sure!! Just having a hard time deciding
Got the Grindworx Dammy Bar in today. I wasn't expecting perfection at $15. It's usable..
According to my scale and calipers:
weight- 0.6 oz / 18 g
L- 2.38" / 58 mm
W- 0.54" / 13.7 mm
H- 0.12" / 3.2 mm
New handmade pry in Ti made by member nitrofein
Other prybars I like
Pick up a Gerber Shard or a NiteIze Doohickey they are cheap so you aren't out much if you don't like them. Or look at Leatherman by the numbers series.
Man! It's tough - I kinda want one but know that most anything I might use one of these for can be done with the bottle opener on my alox farmer SAK. But a shard is so inexpensive!
This will one day lead to looking for the Victorinox warranty page.
Thats what I always use , reduces bulk and noise on keychain.
I have emailed Tod from TT pocket tools
In regards to purchasing one of his TT pocket edge tool's.
Figured that I could always use it as a neck knife as well
Tod has replied!!