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Brion Toss Japanese Marling Spike
Smaller and more compact than the steel marling spike, this Japanese style marlin is one of the most useful tools in a splicers arsenal. This spike is great at separating the jacket to get to the core in double braid rope and prusiks, and is just as useful for plucking individual strands from the jacket in 16-strand splicing. Sturdy 6" spike of best quality Japanese tool steel. Duck bill point for smooth insertion. White oak handle.
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Jameson Splicing Scissors
The Jameson Splicing Scissors are made from high carbon alloy steel with molybdenum and vanadium blades. The hollow ground blades with micro-serration are specially designed for cutting high modulus fibers like Kevlar, Technora, or Dyneema.
Samson Splicing Kit
This basic splicing kit from Samson Rope contains five tubular fids for splicing rope of 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", and 1/2" diameter. It also includes a small fid pusher.
Stein Razor Rope Cutter
Stein has created scissors so good at cutting rope with razors that they named it the Stein Razor Rope Cutter! This heavy-duty single-blade tool can be locked in the closed position until ready to use, and features an ergonomically curved grip so you can comfortably cut rope for days.
Yale Cordage Splicing Tool Kit
Yale’s splicing kit is an essential for anyone splicing a wide variety of ropes on a regular basis. Included in the kit are ten different size fids, two fid pushers, a pair of scissors, some needles and a storage pouch with helpful information printed on it.
Yale Cordage Wire Basket Fid
This new fid from Yale is designed to make splicing 12-strand hollow braids like Tenex and AmSteel-Blue a snap. The wire basket on the fid works just like a Chinese finger trap: use your fingers to bunch up the wire basket, then slide the rope end in and pull. The basket closes on the rope, allowing you to easily complete the splice and bury. When done, simply bunch up the wire, and remove the rope. A great time-saver for anyone splicing 12-strand hollow braids up to 5/8” diameter.
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