Nice, but please do not wear gloves when using a drill press or a Dremel. Please just don't.
Exactly, Kottskrappa - same with long hair, ties etc - just don’t near spinning machine tools...
No pics but a fun use yesterday. Needed to use a jack, howver the retaining pin that allowed us to pump the jack up had lost its small clip and kept falling out. This led to us all looking around for a small nail or screw that could be used just to get the job done. Nothing was found and this was a bit of an issue until I remebered that I had upgraded all my knives to plus scales and therefore had .... THE PEN. This fitted perfectly and allowed us to get the job done. Another win for the climber!!
Oh my. Not the pen. Could the toothpick have worked? (Whatever it takes to get you out of your pinch, I understand). So...did the pen bend or break in the process?
Used my trusty Wenger Standard Issue 87 on my Stihl chainsaw. The locking flat head works wonders for the tune up. If you're familiar with the old Stuhls they kinda have to have a little gas dropped in them before getting going. But once going they are beasts. Mine is like 30+ years old I believe from some research. Cuts like a dream.
They certainly don't make them like they used to!
Strain screw work. Was getting misfires, Spartan to the rescue, grips off and tightening of the said screw (well, I hope, will have to wait for the next range session to confirm):(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Was out with the kids scooting and lost one of the allen nuts. Found it shortly after, but forgot to bring the Allen wrench set. Troublemaker to the rescue...turns out the in-line Phillips works as a substitute 5mm hex!Re-enactment: