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Which OPTs do people here carry long-term?

wales Offline hiraethus

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Re: Which OPTs do people here carry long-term?
Reply #30 on: January 30, 2019, 02:13:36 PM
I often (but not always) have a modified Gerber Shard on my keys.  The phillips driver I found largely useless apart from getting caught in whatever keyring it was attached to, so I ground it off to create a rounded loop.  The bottle opener and gets used occasionally, as does the edge of the prybar for opening boxes.

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Re: Which OPTs do people here carry long-term?
Reply #31 on: March 21, 2019, 06:42:00 AM
Just got this very cheap knock-off on AliExpress. Feels quite sturdy, gonna see how it performs.

I also bought a Gerber Zip Bladr replica.The blade was dull, so had to sharpen it up. Also, the lock failed sometimes, I had to file off the base of the blade a bit. During the process I noticed how a hard type of steel it was, I expeced something of much worse quality.

For now I'm happy with both. And a Piranha  knock-off is on the way.

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Re: Which OPTs do people here carry long-term?
Reply #32 on: March 21, 2019, 09:18:09 AM
This little Punisher has been hanging-around for a couple-of-years.  Usually sees a lot of beer-opening duty.  :D

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I actually used to have one of those in my keys back when I was in college

I don’t think I ever used it for anything other than opening beer, maybe once to pry a open a can of paint after my retarded roommate knocked over his bong and made a big burn mark on the wall in the dorm-room, so we had to repaint the whole room.

Yep those were the days!

I don’t know what happened to that punisher key ring, because I still have the key ring that it was in...hmm

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