Workhorse Irons

RAFFLE TICKET - Workhorse "Brass Tool" Meched by Aaron Cain!

Regular price $10.00 USD

Raffle Tickets for the Workhorse Brass Tool fully Meched by Aaron Cain!

Socially-distant, pandemic-pandemonium, touch-less multi-tools hand carved by Aaron Cain! 100% of ticket sales will be donated to the Frontline Responders Fund to help provide medical personnel and front-liners with the protective equipment they need. They are the heroes in all this and we stand behind them to help provide the support needed to get us through these difficult times. More info here -

Raffle Details:

  • $10 a ticket
  • 250 Tickets available, one ticket = one entry
  • 2 Winners will be chosen to receive one Brass Tool each
  • Drawing will be Friday, May 1st

Like most, we are trying to find our place in all this...we are partially open and shipping daily, mostly medical supplies to those that need them most. While open still we wanted to make some useful items such as these "brass tools" and have also released some limited machine kits, plus some new hardware to give people something to do while they wait for their shops to re-open.

These tools were a fair amount of work, but a fun project and very useful daily carry addition. They work great as a bottle opener, door opener, button pusher, defense mechanism, or really any other creative purpose. Brass is naturally antimicrobial, making it a great material for insulating oneself from high touch surfaces that may contain harmful microbes and disease.

Tool Specs:

  • Cut from 1/4" 260 Brass
  • Hand Chamfered, Sanded, Tumbled, Stamped, and Lightly Polished
  • 1.5" x 4.3" Overall Dimension
  • 0.915" Finger Hole
  • Biomech Carving by Aaron Cain
  • Made in the USA


**The use of a Copper Alloy surface is a supplement to and not a substitute for standard infection control practices; users must continue to follow all current infection control practices, including those practices related to cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces. The Copper Alloy surface material has been shown to reduce microbial contamination, but it does not necessarily prevent cross-contamination.