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Populating My Tool Holder

Discussion in 'General Tool Chat' started by Tony, May 11, 2019.

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  1. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    its kind of annoying to open up the zip up pouch every time I need a tool. If I was working out in the field it would be great but I do all of my work here on my desk. So I put all of the awesome Scorpion tool in the holder. I think it looks great and everything I need is easy to get to.

    I did have to take the buttons off the handles for them to fit though. Small price to pay.

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    Mine is a more basic than yours but serves a similar purpose.

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    Your looks flash as a rat with a gold tooth, where did you get it ?
     
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    Never heard that saying before lol. I got it from banggood.
     
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    Thought you printed it. You probably could though
     
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    This one that is pictured is milled aluminum. But I am planning on printing one that will hold everything.
     
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    At first glance on mobile it looked plastic, then I zoomed in and saw the silk screens.
     
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