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    Allen wrench source?

    Looking for a good source for small Allen wrenches - think pistol rear sight set screws.
    Accurate sizing and strength a plus!
    TIA

    geezer john
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    Brownells

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    Wiha bits and sets on amazon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jpmuscle View Post
    Wiha bits and sets on amazon.


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    Good call. When I finally quit using cheap crap bits from Home Depot and starting investing in Wiha, life got better.

    Forgot to add--I wouldn't make any 'as good as' claims for these--but these Kleins are not bad, kind of a halfway step between cheap made-in-China crap, and high-end tools like Wiha. These are made in the US and I've been running a set of both the metric and SAE for a long time at home. These are better steel and have performed better than cheaper brands. Worth noting that despite their claims of having 'rust protection' coating, mine do corrode eventually, I think it's the humidity during the winter in the PNW. Used to try and coat all my tools every winter with CorrosionX, but couldn't keep it up with it.
    Last edited by maximus83; 09-17-19 at 17:31.

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    I use Bondhus. They are the O.E. for Snapon I believe.

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    Home Depot. Has metric and SAE. A set that will have every size you can imagine for a reasonable price.
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    Yes Bondhus makes good stuff, they are used by my employer in significant quantities.


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    Quote Originally Posted by czgunner View Post
    I use Bondhus. They are the O.E. for Snapon I believe.
    Plus one for Bondhus.

    ,050 - 3/8 - ballend @ 15.98

    https://www.suncoasttools.com/crm/It...Number=BONDHUS

    .050 - 3/8 ball end screwdeivers @ $35.79

    https://www.suncoasttools.com/crm/It...Number=BONDHUS
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    Quote Originally Posted by ggammell View Post
    Home Depot. Has metric and SAE. A set that will have every size you can imagine for a reasonable price.
    Trash.


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    U.S. made Eklind worked fine fo me: https://www.eklindtool.com/products.html
    Wiha is great too.

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