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Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key


Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key

Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key    Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key

I was inspired by photos of ancient Japanese needles, which could be used (among other things) to sew a samurai leather armor. This version also makes a practical poinon, a medium, a scribe or a box opener. It is on the thick side, and would also work as a central poinon (use a soft mallet to not distort the top). And, it will not roll from your bench/table. It is made from a vintage 3/8-inch gosho hexagon key (so it's an ex-hexagon key), which I straightened and twisted.

The hexagonal tip is pointed and pointed, so choose and scratch things it can be used to attach a strap. Scribe comes with a well-fitted leather sleeve / sleeve and hand sewn. This is another one of my unique items - you get the exact tool and sheath shown in images. Gain - 4.25 per 1.75.
Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key    Scribe Center Punch Awl Pick From Hexagon Key