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Question Whats you're number one must have in tool kit?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by SniperSi, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. SniperSi

    SniperSi Donator

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    ditto
     
  2. Suwannee

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    Hammer, nuf said
     
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    Mine has; Large and small plain gunmakers turnscrews (not screwdrivers), Large and small posidrive screwdrivers, Large and small phillips srewdrivers Allen key set (metric and imperial) with ball ends, small ballpein hammer, pliers (normal and needle point), circlip pliers, parallel punch set, magnifying glass, oils and greases, stock oil, lint free cloths, chemical blues, selection of wet and dry papers, fine needle file set, .177 and .22 rod set, grease and oil solvent and vinyl gloves.
    In addition to them, a 3' x 2' flat rubber mat, a small magnetic bowl to put small bits in that are easily lost, a small table top vice with jaw protectors, a large thick plastic cutting board, home made spring compressor jig and an adjustable rifle servicing stand.
    I have amassed these over the years as my gun service kit and no doubt I will add to the collection as and when tools are needed for different jobs. Always buy the best you can afford though so you can rely on them. None of them are used for the usual diy stuff.
    Good kit......I think so and its there when I need it so looking in my diy box......
     
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    My mig and tig for when I really cock it up!!!!!!
     
  5. Pete2013

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    My Leatherman Charge Multi tool for the field, even has allen keys on it - Pete :D:up:
     
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    Mines easy..............gantongunner.:D
     
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    I keep small set of grips , one of them rubber strap grips plumbers use ( for undoing air cylinders etc ) set of Allen keys and a cheapo multi mini screwdriver kit that has led light in the end and a load of different driver bits . Also keep a few of them small snap bags for springs and O rings and screws etc , plus a perm marker for labelling up parts as my memory is worse than my groupings lol
     
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    Condom,if you can't fix it f*** it.:D Plus an old pop rivet,priceless for getting sear pins and any other pin the smallest punch wont budge.
    andy.
     
  9. JD

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    I think your bacons frazzled on this one Ken.

    Is Gantongunner a Tool or just Easy ? LOL
     
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    Can't do much without a vice...
     
  11. nick2

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    Oil/rag:D
     
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    Patience
     
  13. themadspread

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    im jealous of all you lads that can do all your own mods and repairs.i would not dream of trying any of that myself bar plumbing and electrics i can build a house but tampering with one of my guns no way
     
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    earplugs .... didn't realise how important they were till the meet at grumpy's gaff !
     
  15. Ganton Gunner

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    we don't all do our own repairs etc. read post 26 :roflmao:
     
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    Give it a try,you'll save a fortune instead of having to go to an RFD every time a problem arises :)
     
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    What's your username?!
     
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    Not so honest Bob from now on ;)
     
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    His wife says, Honest Bob, not another rifle. lol
     

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