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Silverline 868693 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver 300mm - £8.98 delivered @ FFX
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Silverline 868693 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver 300mm - £8.98 delivered @ FFX

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Posted 28th Jun

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A bit niche, but...

Lockable collar to retract spiral shaft which has an extended length of 430mm.
Ratchet operates clockwise/anti-clockwise and in a fixed position.
Supplied with 4 bits: 2 x slotted and 2 x Phillips

Price seems fair (to me) for what it is
(Currently £10.85 on Amazon)
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Great if you're into historical joinery reenactment
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Do people still use these?
Great bit of kit, still got my old one in the garage.
Jubilee clip fitted to stop it rolling away lol.
ghunj28/06/2019 12:46

Do people still use these?


They use a lot of them in America.
Lost mine in 1988
Great if you're into historical joinery reenactment
Lethal weapons these things, my Dad had loads in the 80's, I would have thought our nanny state would have banned them by now
Edited by: "daver77" 28th Jun
I used to play army with mine, made an amazing shotgun
daver7728/06/2019 13:52

Lethal weapons these things, my Dad had loads in the 80's, I would have …Lethal weapons these things, my Dad had loads in the 80's, I would have thought our nanny state would have banned them by now

Regantowers28/06/2019 15:24

I used to play army with mine, made an amazing shotgun


Don't you mean cops and robbers... pump action wasn't such a military "thing" when I was a kid! ;-)
daver7728/06/2019 13:52

Lethal weapons these things, my Dad had loads in the 80's, I would have …Lethal weapons these things, my Dad had loads in the 80's, I would have thought our nanny state would have banned them by now


Is that what they are on about in the Daily Mail lately?
ghunj28/06/2019 12:46

Do people still use these?


Perfect for driving home decking screws whilst you're waiting for your battery driver to recharge.
Also good for disabling lifts when being pursued by US Army, police, SWAT teams, Illinois Nazis and so on...

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Barry Bucknell will be smiling down on this with his "Yankee" screwdriver
wow a Yankee, talk about blast from the past, whatever happened to mine?
Wouldn't have one in my toolkit. Terrible things, cause huge scratches when they slip, or worse, impale a part of the body.
Catch your fingers in the threads, how often did I do that !!
I’ve had one in a box in the shed for over 45 years, I’ve never used it, it’s the most useless tool ever.
I’m now wondering why I’ve never gotten around to throwing it away
Edited by: "horsey" 28th Jun
These are awful, if you have never had one, don’t start by getting one now
Essential kit when I was on site in the old days
mickjack28/06/2019 23:14

Catch your fingers in the threads, how often did I do that !!


wow until you said that had totally forgotten about it used to mangel my poor soft apentice hands
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