Used the magnifying glass on this scientist to identify a monogram on an old- maybe late 1800s era silver plate fork that I found metal detecting today at an old homestead.
Used SwissChamp pliers to remove thorns from bike tire, the pen to mark the holes on the inner tube , and the Phillips screwdriver to adjust a jumping gear.
(Please excuse my dirty fingernails had just finished putting a night crawler on my wife’s hook) I Used the straight pin in my Super Tinker to poke some plastic out of the eye on my jig-head, and used the scissors to clip some fishing line! Almost caught a big catfish, would have made a great photo op!
The SwissChamp has been getting a workout this week... Pen blade to open a new shipment of pipes and tobacco and to scrape the inside bowl of one of the pipes clean. The saw to cut some wooden dowels in to toggles, the file to de-bur the ends of the toggles and to cut a small groove in the center for tying the cordage. Multipurpose hook to put tension on the cordage while adjusting the knots for the toggles. Scissors to cut cordage and trimmer line. Inline Philips driver to unscrew some access panels. The forked end of the fish scaler to push the end of a spring back in to place for a telescoping pole. And finally the magnifying glass to check out a very tiny spider while taking a break.
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