RE: a UTENSIL for eating WINGS?
My only fault with such a utensil lies in where to obtain replacement parts. Would I. Kwilecki's Hardware in Bainbridge, Georgia be a likely place? After all, their motto still is: "I. Kwilecki's Got It."
Tongue-In-Chickly, Ort. Carlton in Wing-ravenous Athens, Georgia.
P. S. This is along the line, you understand, of my endless search to find replacement tubes for my 1958 can opener... they hadn't introduced solid state ones yet.