The finest in antique socket-drivery, this socket driver is based on an 1904 patent by William Ward, but with several modern improvements.
Each socket driver is made from 1144 steel, ~9in/22.8cm long, and weighs 0.44lb/200g. The main shaft is square so you can use a wrench on it for more torque. The socket driver end is for 3/8" square drive attachments and hardened to 52 HRC.
This Do-It-Yourself kit includes 1 socket driver and 2 brass pins. You must make the handle scales yourself out of any material you choose! The 3D model and 2D template for the handle scales are available here and here, respectively. The socket driver is already heat treated and has the ball detent installed.
Each socket driver is UNIQUELY NUMBERED in the area under the handle scales.
Entirely MADE IN CANADA.