Sorry for the long spell of inactivity but there's more going on than you may think.... We've been hammered here in the Northeast by several large snowstorms in the past week (as has much of the country) but it seems like we've been hit particularly hard lately. This relentless winter is now shaping up to be the worst in terms of snowfall in many many years. Indeed, it's starting to become a challenge just finding places to put it all.
Anyway, things have been progressing rather slowly these past couple of weeks but I am making good headway at last. G5 Prybabies are at heat treat right now and should be back in about a week or so. The new CrocoNut wrench tool is also at heat treat and those should be back in about two weeks. The olive G10 Lanslides are close to done and I'll be tying lanyards for those and the white teflon ones as well this weekend probably. Additional projects that are underway include a new Lanslide design which will be incoporated into a brand new concept- the LifeLine Gear Leash. Also underway are more Poltergeists, a new Prytool design called E115 and also some Mini Poltergeists. There are several other things under development too which will make for some interesting times ahead this winter and into the Spring. No news on the Dace right now but I'll be moving forward on those pretty soon and also finishing up the last couple dozen of the Snakebites. It's going to get busier and busier this month.
Today I have some titanium Mini Brewdrivers done. These are anodized blue but I also have some plain ones available and I'll do another sale with those if I still have some left after today's sale:
The Mini Brewdriver is a simple keyfob tool, turned from solid 1/2" bars of titanium and they measure 2 inches long. They feature a bottle opener and screwdriver/prytip on a diamond knurled shaft with a flat for my name stamp. The bottle opener is a two pry popper meaning it takes two shots to get the cap off but it does work fine. The screwdriver tip is the standard 1/4 wide size. A large lug style end with 1/4" hole makes getting the tool on and off the keys a very simple proposition. These run $65 plus shipping and the purchase link is below:
Blue ones are all gone, thank you!