Have you tried one of the Shark pry / moulding bars? Fantastic quality. A little larger than the 4” widgy but much more useful for tougher jobs.GarageBoy wrote: ↑Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:04 amI keep a widgy bar in my tool pouch in my bag and have used it 3x on 10 years (bent it once removing moldings) - the short ones have no leverage (hell, the 4" widgy barely has enough leverage) - would like to swap with a 6" Vaughn or something, but that's bulky, though more useful
Can't imagine the titanium ones not bending
On the same page again JIM I can't agree with you enough>> Victorinox multi-tools should be considered the industry standard in my humble opinion. The two Victorinox Multi-tools I own are keepers all the way. Even the metal saws and wood saws that are on their multi-tools truly work extremely well for small jobs.James Y wrote: ↑Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:30 amAlthough Victorinox has not come out with a singular pry bar tool, their Spirit multi-tool’s large screwdriver/bottle opener is extra-thick, and one of its listed purposes/functions is as a prying tool/‘crate opener’.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Tue Oct 22, 2019 10:53 amThe more I think about it I'm quite sure that some type of stout, rigid prybar would be great to add to a high quality Multi-Tool.
I've never really given it a lot of thought until these recent threads on prybars have come about>> but a really solid, rigid, stout prybar would have a lot of good EDC uses to it.
I'm kind of surprised that Victorinox or one of the other companies that make really good Multi-tools hasn't implemented something like that.
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