Monday, April 18, 2022

Steel MikroStiks

Hi Folks,

Happy Spring! We are in full swing here finally, and have been having some nice days. The grass is just starting to green up a little bit and the early flower bulbs are popping up all over the yard.

I slipped on some ice a few weeks ago and sprained my wrist pretty bad. Then a few days later in another freak yard mishap I managed to tear an abdominal muscle. These injuries are taking seemingly forever to heal up but I'm at about 90% and have just about recovered the full range of motion in my wrist. As a consequence though, it's been hard to get much work done in the shop lately, especially grinding and stamping, so that's why things have been so quiet.

Projects are in full swing now, and I am almost done with titanium Wrunts and zirconium Atwrenches. I have Stubby MiniBars in both steel and zirconium in process on the bench right now. I just cut a batch of Wroid thickness steel Chiggers in a newly updated design. There is a new self defense key fob design coming in stainless steel. I'm mulling a couple of other tool designs right now also. And I recently picked up several sheets of steel to get ahead of prices which are climbing for everything these past few, all those projects and plenty more are on the horizon.

Today I have a big batch of CPM 154 steel MikroStiks in light raw bar finish done. These are stamped with my wide variety of stamps as usual. I also have some plain ones if anyone wants to email me for them. These handy little poker/pry tools will run $55 plus shipping and there is no limit on them. A portion of the sale today will go to Razom, the Ukrainian relief organization. Thanks for your patience and for dropping by today!

Sold out, thank you very much! I will have another round of these later this year. 



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