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Old 01-29-2013, 07:30 AM
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I didn't want to clutter up Brian's post of his mystery tool so I decided to start a separate one. Here are a couple of older mystery tools that belonged to my Grandpa.
Certainly would have been fine, it's all in fun anyway.

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Old 01-29-2013, 10:08 AM
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Cobalt, there is absolutely NO MARKINGS on that locking screwdriver and I mean "NO" markings - - - wish Grandpa was still around to ask him about that ! Sure hope it's not a Walmart Brand hahahaha Don't think Wallyworld existed when this was made.
lol, I agree- no Wallyworld!

I could barely make out the markings on mine, had to use a lighted magnifier. It might have been made for or even by the company on mine and then sold to other vendors. But however it came to be, it's a very good tool. Has a lot of spring pressure to hold tightly onto a screw. It unlocks itself when there's enough tension as you screw in the screw, and it lets you get into tighter places than the kind that has the spring steel fingers. Would cost $10 to make today here in the US.
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