And last but not least, the failure. I want a bladeless 91mm or 84mm to accompany my skeletool...and keeping the inline awl would be sweet. Because the awl doesn't fit well with anything but the main blade, I thought that cutting the blade down to a technicians screwdriver might be the ticket. I bought a banged up 85 mm Wegner on the cheap...mainly to see what I thought of the smaller size...so it was the guinea pig. The cut itself is fine and the driver works great, but I shortened the blade to keep it skinny and now the end sits outside of the tool when it's closed. I don't think you can take much length off the blade and still get a good close, and I don't think you can get the technicians driver to be skinny without taking off some length...so this might just be a flawed idea. Would love to hear if anyone has done this successfully.
I haven't done this with a Wenger before but I think if you open it fully and file the tang bump it will allow it to drop into the handle some more.
Just FYI...this is called the "kick"
That's the one.