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Anyone know where you can get phillips head screws for an ESEE 5? Don't want to have to carry around an allen wrench just for that. Not mention it will get lost.

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ESEE customer service being what it is, I see no reason why you couldn't contact them directly and ask for the specifications of those fasteners - thread pitch, diameter and length. From there, if you have a really good local hardware store, start there because a) they're there and b) a really good local hardware store is a fricking municipal treasure that needs to be supported whenever possible. If you strike out with that, then: Graingers.

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majorhavoc wrote:
ESEE customer service being what it is, I see no reason why you couldn't contact them directly and ask for the specifications of those fasteners - thread pitch, diameter and length. From there, if you have a really good local hardware store, start there because a) they're there and b) a really good local hardware store is a fricking municipal treasure that needs to be supported whenever possible. If you strike out with that, then: Graingers.


I'm sure Mcmaster-Carr has them. I just don't know the dimensions. Was hoping someone online just sold a set.

It seems like someone should. Trying to keep track of a tiny allen head wrench in a backpack on a bug out. Is not something I want to leave to chance. I think phillips screws are the asnwer.

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moab wrote:
majorhavoc wrote:
ESEE customer service being what it is, I see no reason why you couldn't contact them directly and ask for the specifications of those fasteners - thread pitch, diameter and length. From there, if you have a really good local hardware store, start there because a) they're there and b) a really good local hardware store is a fricking municipal treasure that needs to be supported whenever possible. If you strike out with that, then: Graingers.


I'm sure Mcmaster-Carr has them. I just don't know the dimensions. Was hoping someone online just sold a set.

It seems like someone should. Trying to keep track of a tiny allen head wrench in a backpack on a bug out. Is not something I want to leave to chance. I think phillips screws are the asnwer.

My solution for keeping track of small allen wrenches needed for ham radio antenna adjustments was to stick 'em to a magnet on a steel shelf in my truck. Maybe sew a magnet or two into the seam of your BOB and stick them to it?

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KJ4VOV wrote:
moab wrote:
majorhavoc wrote:
ESEE customer service being what it is, I see no reason why you couldn't contact them directly and ask for the specifications of those fasteners - thread pitch, diameter and length. From there, if you have a really good local hardware store, start there because a) they're there and b) a really good local hardware store is a fricking municipal treasure that needs to be supported whenever possible. If you strike out with that, then: Graingers.


I'm sure Mcmaster-Carr has them. I just don't know the dimensions. Was hoping someone online just sold a set.

It seems like someone should. Trying to keep track of a tiny allen head wrench in a backpack on a bug out. Is not something I want to leave to chance. I think phillips screws are the asnwer.

My solution for keeping track of small allen wrenches needed for ham radio antenna adjustments was to stick 'em to a magnet on a steel shelf in my truck. Maybe sew a magnet or two into the seam of your BOB and stick them to it?



Your cat looks just like ours. :)

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moab wrote:
KJ4VOV wrote:
moab wrote:
majorhavoc wrote:
ESEE customer service being what it is, I see no reason why you couldn't contact them directly and ask for the specifications of those fasteners - thread pitch, diameter and length. From there, if you have a really good local hardware store, start there because a) they're there and b) a really good local hardware store is a fricking municipal treasure that needs to be supported whenever possible. If you strike out with that, then: Graingers.


I'm sure Mcmaster-Carr has them. I just don't know the dimensions. Was hoping someone online just sold a set.

It seems like someone should. Trying to keep track of a tiny allen head wrench in a backpack on a bug out. Is not something I want to leave to chance. I think phillips screws are the asnwer.

My solution for keeping track of small allen wrenches needed for ham radio antenna adjustments was to stick 'em to a magnet on a steel shelf in my truck. Maybe sew a magnet or two into the seam of your BOB and stick them to it?



Your cat looks just like ours. :)

That's Mr. Fuzzy. Just turned 10 last November. I've taken to changing my avatar every time a new Chat thread is started, rotating through a few pictures of each of our four cats.

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