Discussion in 'General' started by Mongo, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. speedluvn

    speedluvn Man card Issuer

    Thank you!
  2. motoracer1100

    motoracer1100 Banned

    As I learned over the past few days , not all have that dot :confused:
  3. R Acree

    R Acree WTF

    WTF...why didn't someone tell me about JIS 50 years ago?
  4. motoracer1100

    motoracer1100 Banned

    Apparently age 63 is the year of enlightenment.. for me anyway :D
  5. worthless

    worthless Well-Known Member

    Do they want to sponsor a race series? Would be an easy switch...just need to change the font.
  6. rafa

    rafa Well-Known Member

    Another one that really looks like a phillips but isnt is Reed and Prince
  7. ducnut

    ducnut Well-Known Member

    Vessel here, as well.
  8. beac83

    beac83 Old

    I've read the whole thread and no mention of the wera 1 meter screwdriver.

    I'm very disappointed.
  9. R Acree

    R Acree WTF

    The only metric we do is 10mm sockets.

    ...oh and every once in a while, a whole metric shit ton.
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  10. motoracer1100

    motoracer1100 Banned

    TLR posted a picture of one 3rd or 4th post after my revival of this thread
  11. motoracer1100

    motoracer1100 Banned

    My JIS screwdrivers just arrived. They do not look like the original JIS standard I saw online . Must be Gen 2 or 3 . I put them on the linkage screws and could not get enough torque to turn .. so I put a set of locking vise grips on handle and it worked like a charm .
    I am going to get a set of those Vessel type with the teeth . And also want JIS bits that I could use with tee handles ..
    so glad no drilling and tapping was necessary :rock::beer:
  12. karls

    karls Well-Known Member

    Not necessarily a best for screw driver, but I need a few tools to carry around to work or adjust many items at work. This one along with an instrument screw driver, a leatherman tool and a single crescent wrench can work on most items for quick work or adjustment. Originally found at Home Depot, but not all stores carry

    Bits include slotted: 3/16 in., 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in., phillips: #1, #2, #3, #4 Nut include 3/16 in., 1/4 in., 5/16 in., 3/8 in., 7/16 in., 9/16 in. and 3/4 in. why, just why couldn't they include a 1/2 in. being 6 point allows a little work around some times.
  13. ducnut

    ducnut Well-Known Member

    Have a look here:
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  14. pscook

    pscook Well-Known Member

    Once you see a R&P next to a Phillips it's not too hard to tell them apart. R&P have a very wide opening compared to the width of the slot, and a very shallow tip, like 45* compared to a Phillips at 60+* (according to my rough guesstimate). But we got pretty good at spotting the R&P when working on old wood boats.
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  15. Rogue4

    Rogue4 Well-Known Member

    "Removable bayonet blade that can that can be used as a powertool adapter".

    Well shit, if I can fix bayonets on it I'm in.
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  16. ducnut

    ducnut Well-Known Member

    Bring back the bayonet!
  17. Mot Okstef

    Mot Okstef Scrolling all day long on

    YES! That way when you run out of bullets you can still use the bayonet on the end of your gun and charge the enemy! :D
  18. ducnut

    ducnut Well-Known Member

    ^^^ Fixed it for ya’! ;)

    I was talking to a young soldier about current stuff they’re using. When I asked how the bayonet attaches to their assigned weapon, he looked at me and said “Damn, you’re old.”. :confused:
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  19. Mot Okstef

    Mot Okstef Scrolling all day long on

  20. Mot Okstef

    Mot Okstef Scrolling all day long on

    @ducnut That reminded me of a story I heard one time where an old timer was in a restaurant and asked a young waitress if they accepted Federal Reserve Notes as payment. She got a confused look on her face and said "I don't know, let me go check with my manager." :crackup:

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