Boxer 30 Piece Tamper Proof Screwdriver Bits Set
Contents: Bits: Star (TORX): Tamper Proof TT7, TT8, TT9, TT10, TT15, TT20, TT25, TT30, TT40 Square: S0, S1, S2, S3 Hex: 5/64 in., 3/32 in., 1/8 in., 5/32 in., 3/16 in., 7/32 in., 1/4 in. Phillips: PH1, PH2, PH3 Flat: 5/32 in., 3/16 in., 1/4 in. 1/4 in. Driver Socket Adapter 1/4 in. Driver Bits Adapter 1/4 in. Driver Magnetic Handle Patented Case
SOG(r) Contractor 2x4 Knife
Get a new breed of thematic knives with the SOG Contractor 2x4 knife. Turn the circular saw to easily open or close the blade. Plus, it features a pencil sharpener, bubble level and wire stripper for around-the-house jobs.
SOG PowerAssist Multi-Tool
"Or two knives and 11 other tools to be specific. The SOG PowerAssist Multitool is a beast. Let's begin with the fact that one model of the PowerAssist comes with a C4 punch. Now let's think about this for a second: what type of person needs a C4 punch and more importantly what do they expect of their multitool? They expect to be awesome and in fact that's a fine word to describe the SOG PowerAssist Multitool. Just about every multitool begins with a pair of pliers and integrated wire cutters. The SOG stands out here with their patented Compound Leverage design and the strength of their stainless. As a test, we took a titanium spork and used the cutters to slice through the handle. Not a scratch on the cutters but wow did it make short work of the titanium! The blades on the SOG pop free using the PowerAssist technology built into the tool. Just unlock a blade and flick it with your thumb and the tool takes over. On the other side, you have a standard rack of various tools. However, unlike most multitools each individual component locks into place on the SOG giving you a steady and sturdy tool to work with. This model does not include the aforementioned C4 punch but it does include a host of other amazing tools. And if you really want that punch, the SOG PowerAssist is fully upgradable through the simple-yet-sturdy hex-bolt construction. Includes the following tools: Pliers Wire Cutters Blasting Cap Crimper (also good for general crimping) Straight Knife Blade Serrated Knife Blade Three-sided File Phillips Screwdriver Can Opener/Small Screwdriver Bottle Opener/Medium Screwdriver V-Cutter (useful for stripping wires, cutting seatbelts or cords) Ruler (built into the handles) Additional Product Specifications Stainless Steel Multitool with Black Oxide Finish Hex-bolt construction for easy maintenance and upgrades Closed: 4.675"" Open: 7.125"" Weight: 9.3 oz. Model: B66N-CP Includes heavy duty nylon sheath"
M48 Kommando Ranger Hawk Axe
"As we've learned in The Walking Dead, guns aren't the best way to kill zombies. For starters, bullets aren't reusable and everybody wants them. You may be lucky enough to have looted a large cache of projectiles, but they aren't going to last forever. More importantly, guns make a lot of noise. We're going to assume nobody's found a silencer for that sweet shotgun of yours so it's going to be mighty loud when you double-tap that walker. That noise will attract more zombies, exactly what you don't need. The M48 Ranger Hawk Axe is lightweight enough to go wherever your party travels. Its wide, upswept axe blade is perfect for cleaving the skulls of the undead with precision cast 2Cr13 stainless steel. Just wipe it off on the nearest moss-covered tree and you're good to go. It features a nylon reinforced handle with 30% fiberglass and black nylon cord wrapping and includes a nylon snap button sheath with D-ring.There's even a compass to guide you back to your camp once you've cleared the area. Product Specifications For the (mostly) silent killing of zombies Lightweight and portable axe Features: Wide, upswept blade made of precision cast 2Cr13 stainless steel Nylon reinforced handle with 30% fiberglass Handle wrapped with 14 ft. of removable paracord Nylon snap button sheath with mounting loop and accessory pocket Removable carabiner Military styled compass Dimensions: 7 5/8"" X 15 1/2"""
Kevlar Survival Cord
Kevlar survival cord makes a great addition to any survival geek's arsenal. Need to tie something down (or someone up)? Works for that. Stranded on a hostile alien planet and need to make a bow? Done. Going out to the woods or cosplaying at a convention? You’ll look like you’re prepared for anything...even if the only merit badge you have is in Twitter...
Chainsaws are awesome tools. They've been around ever since around 1830 (look up: Heine's osteotome) and evolved into what we know by around WWII. But it's kind of hard to keep a whole chainsaw in your pocket (not to mention dangerous). Oh, but now you can. And, because it's just the perfect name, we call this chainsaw you keep in your pocket: the Pocket Chainsaw! Each Pocket Chainsaw comes curled up in a tin...