lt.luke wrote:Mark, that's a good row to hoe, but I only partially agree with you. I am willing to bet that tools were produced under contract for the Army after WWII. Maybe in lesser quantities, but the military still needed tools for the motorpool. The vehicles obviously didn't vanish, they just didn't make any more new ones.
Roger wrote:Hi Chuck,
It seems that all varities of the "Perfect Handle" type screwdriver have their own unique charicateristics. Although similar from across the room the individualism shows when looking close up
From the top view, very similar. Irwin may be a tad larger diameter shaft. The Torbrin has the "triangle 6" showing the length of the blade. (at least on the model I have) But very similar to the Vlchek. More differances show when viewed from the side in the wood. (as you have suggested). Not sure, but I think there are different logos for Torbrin. Mine is the barber pole scroll in block letters. (soon to be restored)
Some +/- length variations show
Barber pole logo
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