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Question item found in webtex vest

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by hawk eye, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. hawk eye

    hawk eye Banned

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    ok i brought my self a army webtex vest from the bay. got it to day and found a few things in it. i know what the other 3 items are but no idea what the fourth is. first item grenade pin.item 2 chin strap item 3 oval-teen drink lol and here is the fourth item IMG_0237.jpg
    its made from metal. it has a key like item on it a drill bit and a straight bit of metal with a bevel at the bottom. any ideas guy ?
     
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    L85 (SA80) multi tool

    I have one too
     
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    thank you. next question and ideas on how much this could be worth to a collector of such
     
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    whats the drill for?
     
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    Cleaning out the gas parts
     
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    Sorry bud, not a clue
     
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    combi tool isn't worth a thing, they're mass produced, ten a penny, most service persons have several even if they can't always find them.
    as said the drill is for digging carbon from the gas plug.
     
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    Not worth much mate there really common issued to every member of the forces for rifle cleaning. ,its used for adjustments to the iron sights and for cleaning the gas plug and cylinder, also used for adjusting the gas setting on the sa80 and LSW.

    Gaz
     
  9. Der Stier Von Scapa Flow

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    it looks a rough old tool, I bet all the AK needed was some vodka
     
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    good old combi tool lol!
     
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    Iv Got 6 off those :D not much use but hey , from friends so priceless :up:
     
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    Its an SA80/SLR cleaning tool. Should be a drill style cleaner, screw driver bit and I think an allen key. The pokey-out bits at the end are for large ring bolts.

    Eric
     
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    It's worth about 50p. But if you have an SA 80 and don't have one it could be worth a bit more!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Even us in the RAF had these issued. Still got mine. Not much use for it though. ;)
     
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    I think at work if you lose one the bill to replace it is about £3.70 lol
     

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