( US Government Model )
When Uncle Sam wanted tweezers for tick and splinter removal, these are the ones they choose.
What makes these so special: Most tweezers are made by spot-welding two pieces of metal together, These tweezers are crafted from a single piece of spring tempered stainless steel or spring Titanium.The wide hinge area assures perfect alignment, and the points are hand dressed to exacting specifications. The included tip protector also provides for easy carrying on your key ring or hanging next to your dog tags.
Countless Other Uses:
After Desert Storm, General Norman Schwarzkopf wrote: "I have never had a pair of tweezers in my life that was worth a damn. Now I do and I appreciate it very much."
Stainless Steel and Black Passivated Stainless Steel:
Most tweezers are made by spot-welding two pieces of metal together, These tweezers are crafted from a single piece of spring tempered stainless steel.
The Sliver Gripper Ti Tweezer are the worlds ultimate EDC USA made Tweezer laser formed from Grade 1 Titanium.
*The Ti Tweezers are 45% lighter than the steel iteration and equal in strength. The Ti Tweezers can be anodized for added affect.
These lock into place when stored and man, these are great. Compact size but they do a better job than any tweezer I've bought so far.
Have had a old stainless steel version of Uncle Bill`s Sliver Grippers for years. Used them to pick out the pallet splinters I so often seem to get. Seeing countycomm had a titanium version I could pass up getting an upgrade to the metal of the gods.
These are wonderful, high quality tweezers. They excel at removing tiny metal slivers from hands. They also make grabbing a single hair much easier. I have one for edc as well as stashed in bags.
Thanks for this kit.
I once had a tick in the worst place possible—yes, there—and had to wait a whole day until I got back from camp to safely pull it out. Never again! These go with me everywhere now in an organizer and compliment my IFAK. If you don’t have tweezers as part of a med kit/EDC (and live in tick country—or work with wood in the field) what are you doing with your life?
These lil guys are thin enough to slide into anywhere.
Thanks County Comm!
A great addition to my EDC med kit