My favorites actually and are available.
I use the small pliers two or three times a week on average opening return grills on HVAC systems and for grabbing small things that need to be held with a firm grip. Sometimes it's the little pliers and sometimes I just use the pliers on my Squirt. Got a new key chain tool called a "Swiss Tech" that I am going to try out. It was a freebie when I bought the GEC #14 clip bladed boys knife yesterday at the knife show. I'm very fond of the #14 size for a small knife.
Jackknife, I believe you could probably open the Rough Rider Peanut if you are in the market to try something else.
Bringing this thread back to the front page with some pictures:
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The CV checstnut is my EDC. Over the weekend I picked up the Camillus 21, and it’s been riding shotgun to the chestnut. Yesterday I received the Damascus chestnut, and she’s a beauty; just a pleasure to hold and look at. She came a little gritty, so I still need to flush out the joints, but I have a feeling I’ll be carrying her soon.
Not pictured are my oldest son’s Yeller CV and my youngest’s brown delrin.
I guess you could say we’re a ‘nutty family.
Fine knives you have right there.
Let us know how the damascus peanut holds its edge, please.
Like the Case peanut! The damascus one is pretty cool too.
The new phonebooks are here! The new phonebooks are here!
Received a true beaut in the mail today in the form of a slanted bolstered, federal shielded, ebony clad Peanut. The ebony isn't jet black; but the striations are subtle and elegant, they are well matched, and the transitions are very nice. Blades are well centered with great action, and there's only a tiny bit of sunlight shining through the liners.
Now I just need a transplant wharncliffe blade to replace that pen blade...