I have tryed lots of screwdrivers from hardware stores in my areas and non of them will fit they nerf screws with out loosing grip or striping. Please tell me the EXACT screwdriver company name and type size everything. The Exact one I should have mostly because im trying to oepn my Flipfury and I keep striping screws and breaking them. Im sick of buying many screw drivers from different stores told there good and then waste my money and not get what I asked. Thanks!
Someone please help me screwdrivers are driving me insane!
Posted 30 December 2016 - 09:09 PM
You need a #0 size philips screwdriver. Just get whichever one has the fattest handle.
Posted 30 December 2016 - 10:50 PM
Can you please give me a specific link cause I already tryed 0 and 00 and it still hasnt worked i got a stanley double 0 screw driver today and it sucked.
Posted 30 December 2016 - 11:39 PM
I've had good experience with the basic Harbor Freight & Tool Philips 6-Piece set. The Big Philips drivers for my Xbow and the small Philips driver for almost everything else. For the few things with a smaller hole, I use this old set with no brand name on it.
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Posted 01 January 2017 - 12:25 PM
Can these unscrew a flipfury though? And are the stick thin enough to even makes its way into the shell? Because they look pretty fat and thick.
Also In case a 1 is to big maybe try to give me a good set for nerf guns that includes a 00, 0, and 1 all in it?
Posted 01 January 2017 - 11:34 PM
I think Dollar tree still sells a pack of two screwdrivers. One is a flat head and one is philips, they are of a pretty standard size. The set they sell now is slightly different from the one I bought a few years ago but I believe it is similar. The ones I bought haven't failed over a few years of light to medium use.
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Posted 01 January 2017 - 11:39 PM
I hoard Harbor Freight free screwdriver sets for the #1's (free with super common coupon and purchase), which should open just about everything. Your standard driver is a #2, which doesn't fit the small screws. A #0 is probably also good to have on hand and would come in a precision set like this one.
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