Dr. Slick Company Nipper with Pin and Knot Tyer

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About Dr. Slick Company Nipper with Pin and Knot Tyer

Closeouts. This slick little nipper from Dr. Slick Company is perfect for making quick cuts to your line and is joined by a recessed pin for cleaning hook eyes and a knot tyer for versatility.

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mike from Colorado on Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Slick, inexpensive and functional. Worked every bit as well as I hoped it would.
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  • Question “how is the knot tier used? I can't find anything that describes how the knot tier is used?”

    Asked on 3/23/2012 12:00:00 AM by Mark from cocoa, florida
    • Answer As I see it, for instance, search engine "Nail Knot". Instead of a nail or a straw, the vee holds the lines loose until one or both lines are drawn back through the middle or groove of the vee and cinched tight as both the lines are being removed from the end of the vee. Not to be flip, but the tier doesn't actually tie the knot; it just serves as a frame or jig or form for keeping the lines loose until the lines are woven together back through themselves and finally cinched tight with the long ends clipped neatly. It merely facilitates.
      Answered on 12/20/2012 12:00:00 AM by ClothesHorse from Near Charlottesville, VA, USA