Precision Steel Screwdriver

Magna-Matic Defense

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SKU:
PSSD
UPC:
811275020187
Weight:
12.00 Ounces
Country of Origin:
USA
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Product Overview

The Magna-Matic PSSD, Precision Steel Screwdriver is an extremely high quality USA machined screwdriver handle able to hold any standard hex bit for the most positive grip of any screwdriver.

The PSSD features a deeply knurled handle to provide an unmatched grip so you can apply the most torque possible. The tip where hex bits are inserted is hardened for durability. Inside the end of the screwdriver we have used a super strong 4.15 lb pull magnet to ensure a hex bit will never fall out of the PSSD ever. Inside the handle of the PSSD is room for additional hex bits, and a solid Delrin (engineered plastic) end cap that has the strength to endure striking force to use the end cap as a light duty hammer.

The PSSD includes four hex bits, #2 Phillips, Slotted 1/8", Slotted 7/32", and Slotted 5/16".

Dimensions:

  • 8" long (without a tip inserted)
  • 1" diameter
  • 3.25" grip length
  • 12 ounces

Reviews

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  • 5
    PRECISION STEEL SCREWDRIVER

    Posted by Chuck on 21st Nov 2022

    We have a number of these in use at strategic locations, because we've found many uses owing to the fact that they will support any quarter drive attachment. Some of our work requires hollow-ground flat tip bits, and we've found the set that comes with the driver work very well. Some of the things we see here are over a hundred years old, and we do not need bits slipping and sliding around! Additionally we occasionally need a "light tap" on something, and we've fond replacing the standard cap with Magna-Matic's Delrin hammer tip gives us just that with no potential marring. It's a great combination. We've also found they make great gifts for the individual who "has everything." They won't forget where they got it, and that's important to us. Oh yeah, they're critical to us, because we use them on model 1894 Winchester's - and people really frown on rounding off heads of hundred year old screws!

  • 5
    screwdriver

    Posted by Michael on 8th Feb 2021

    Because of the careful machining and strong internal magnet, I don't think any bit will ever come loose inadvertently. Plenty of room in the handle to carry extra bits.