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Knotters Tool II (Black) w/ 3 Different Size Blue Aluminum Lacing Needles by Jig Pro Shop ~ Marlin Spike for Paracord, Leather, & Other Cords
- A New Generation of Knotters Tool!
- NEW AND IMPROVED DESIGN!
- Made from billet aircraft aluminum with durable high luster clear anodized finish!
- Perfect size at approximately 6 1/4" long X 9/16" in diameter
- Also available in kits with (3) different size stitching needles.
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Longer and more tapered for improved use with smaller cords, without sacrificing utility for heavier cord! Pocket clip has been changed to allow for easier use. Available in Black or Silver Anodized Aluminum or Stainless Steel Finishes! Spring metal clip with precision etching. Hole in one end for a keyring, keychain, or lanyard. Diamond knurled to provide a positive grip. Perfect size at approximately 6 1/4" long x 9/16" diameter. Hollow core approximately 3 9/16" long x 5/16" diameter - perfect for storing our 3 1/2" stitching needles! Machined to a slightly rounded tip so it won't snag or fray cordages. This is the perfect tool for loosening and tightening knots in all types of rope and cord. Also known as a marlin spike, this tool works great for rigging and nautical purposes. This is a great, lightweight EDC item for your bug out bag that can also double as a kubaton / kubotan for self defense. Please Note: The core of the Knotters Tool will accommodate a set of 3 different size lacing needles. It will not accommodate 2 or more of our Type III 550# lacing needles.
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But, I love it. I always wished I had one while paracording, and now that I have it I am using it frequently.
I got the one with the stainless steal fids, the 550 one is unique shaped and I really like it as well.
(This aluminum one is a bit more fragile than the stainless steel versions. You can bend the tip if you are not careful. I got a stainless steel one and I am much, much more confident about pushing through tightly nit bracelets and such.)
I'd buy it again.
Oh, and it looks just like the pictures, too.