I like your photos very much cause the Mr. Pinchy looks much cool.
Looks painful! o(；>△<)o
I'll handle my MP carefully not to hurt myself.
As mentioned before, I am trying to classify Mr. Pinchies using the method
originally advocated by J-sewshttps://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,2792.msg36032.html#msg36032
and developed by gregozedobe.https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,48158.msg928733.html#msg928733
Dear gerleatherberman has named this work "Pincheology."https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,74830.msg1986225.html#msg1986225
I found some new MP models to be classified. I will introduce them to you, and revise the chart. Before that, please see classification table in my previous post. ・About Pliers Classification, Appearance ・About Other Tool Component
Now, time to Pincheology!New items・The V2.0 with A Parallel-Processed Can Opener Craw
Almost all V2.0 have a slanting-processed can opener craw. But this MP has a parallel-processed can opener craw.
(Please tell me if there is more suited name of this processing method/shape of craw.)
There is a MP(already listed) having same component except for the wide handles-gap.
By the way, I have thought handles-gap had widened when pliers changed P-2 type to P-3. So, I think the above right model is an irregular model with P-2 pliers and wide handles-gap.
But looking closely, I think pliers seems slightly different between these MPs. ・The V2.1 with A Slanting-Processed Can Opener Craw
The patent on the serrated blade side is marked with a slightly large font.
There is a MP(already listed) having same component except for the can opener craw.・The BO V4.1 with P-6 Type Pliers
The M-3 type patent marking on the serrated blade side, The M-4 type on the drop point blade side.
There is a SS MP(already listed) having exactly same component.・The FISKARS Model with P-8n Type Pliers
There is a FISKARS model with P-4 type pliers(already listed) having same component except for the utility blade/can opener.
Left → Right
・ A FISKARS model with P-4 pliers
・ A FISKARS model with P-8n pliers
・ A V5 needle-nose model with P-8n pliers
・ A V5 needle-nose model with P-8N pliers
There is another FISKARS model reported by m47mu74nt.[HELP] Identification : Fiskars Pliers
It is resemble the V5 blunt-nose model with a P-8B pliers. It have a utility blade instead of a can opener. ・The V1.2 with Two Handle Cut-Outs, Thin Lanyard
Despite Greg's report of this model, I doubted if it really existed.
I'm sorry Greg, you are right!
Let's compare another V1.2 model with one handle cut-out.
Upper ) V1.2 with one handle cut-out
Lower ) V1.2 with two handle cut-outs
Left ) V1.2 with two handle cut-outs
Right ) V1.2 with one handle cut-out
The two handle cut-outs model have a thin lanyard with a spacer. Another all V1 model have a thick lanyard.
And now I revise the chart.