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Old 12-30-2012, 06:17 PM
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Tried most, and finally settled on my favorite, the Anvil Midge scissors, curved or straight. They were the easiest for me to hold while I tie.
What I use most I also have a pair Miltex that I bought 35 yrs ago.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:53 PM
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A friend gave me a pair of Kershaw scissors that are also very nice but know the best fix... Lock-Tite, peen the end os the screw?
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A friend gave me a pair of Kershaw scissors that are also very nice but the screw backs out with every snip, does anyone know the best fix... Lock-Tite, peen the end os the screw?

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Default Re: Good fly tying scissors?

I have a lot of scissors in a lot of brands; Dr. Slick's are good. I recently bought my first pair of tungsten carbide for about $30. Very nice, I like them a lot and use them all the time. For those who do a lot of tying, I don't think you'd be disappointed, they're worth it.

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A friend gave me a pair of Kershaw scissors that are also very nice but the screw backs out with every snip, does anyone know the best fix... Lock-Tite, peen the end os the screw?

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Either but you may use some plumber tape or small piece of plastic bag. Proper tension between the blades helps in cutting.
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Either but you may use some plumber tape or small piece of plastic bag. Proper tension between the blades helps in cutting.
Thanks Bill. I think I'll peen the end of the pivot screw to keep it from backing out but being the dunce that I am, I don't quite understand where to use the tape or piece of plastic bag.
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Remove the screw and wrap the thread of the screw reinsert the screw add tension the threads to keep tight
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Default Re: Good fly tying scissors?

I'll throw in another vote for Dr. Slick. In particular, I am very fond of the Dr. Slick Microtip scissors. I like being able to cut very clean, especially when tying flies where every wrap counts.
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