I must have used the incorrect search terms originally because I missed that thread somehow. I'm not sure how best to do that, but feel free to move them if you'd like.Regards, Bill.
Some cheapies are quite good- you just have to wade through a lot of junk to find them, and I don't like to point people looking for a good tool to cheapies because finding a good one can be difficult.Def
badwolf, must ask:Your tool does indeed look like my BJ copy. If it is, I think you'll find it a very good tool. What I'm wondering is where do the bits fit? My tool has no bit receptacle so I just wondered.I've got to find my Sheffield. All I remember about mine was that the handles didn't close perfectly parallel (but then I have a $50 US Bear Jaws that doesn't either...).
Apart from the SAK lookalike the rest are quite useable.
Quote from: dks on March 29, 2012, 12:55:58 PMApart from the SAK lookalike the rest are quite useable.I've yet to find a SAK-alike that's actually any good.