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Are you the type of Toolmonger who has an assortment of tools on you at all times? Can you loan someone a pen, cut open a package, and fix a pair of eyeglasses at a moment’s notice? Then Commando tools might make a nice addition to your everyday carry arsenal.

Commando Products makes a line of tools that can travel easily in your pocket, housed in colorful anodized aluminum tubes around a 1/2” in diameter and about 5” long. You can get precision drill sets, screwdriver kits, precision oilers, or scrapers. With a built-in chuck, the carrying tube doubles as the handle for the variety of bits inside.

The precision drill set includes six drill bits (#52, 56, 60, 66, 70, and 74), a punch, and an awl, all housed in a 7/16” x 3-13/16” tube with a pocket clip. All of this will run you $12 from Amazon. If you’re looking for more precision pocket tools, check out Commando’s website.

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Precision Drill Set [Commando]
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3 Responses to Commando Precision Drill Set

  1. PutnamEco says:

    Small drill holders also make excellent pin vices. Ever had to hold something small and round firmly?

  2. Fred says:

    We carry a set of small number drills, a pin vise and an adjustable orifice reamer with us to service gas appliances and hvac equipment. I’ve also found a pilot claening pump made by the J H Leavey Co to work OK for cleaning out those pesky spider webs that (really tiny spier mites) form in some gas jet orifices.
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  3. Tom Atkinson says:

    I acquired a box of misc. at auction. in it was the old brass tool. it has pocket clip. both ends unscrew. one end is a very small drill mandible and the other end has 5 tiny bits in it. end of top cap says COMMANDO. Is it possibly an older version of this tool?

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