Since I wrote the article on Improving Smith & Wesson Revolver Triggers, I have received several questions about gunsmith screwdrivers. One question is "How can you say people should budget $100 for screwdrivers, and then not say what to buy?"
Well, when I wrote the article, I made an intentional choice not to recommend a brand of screwdrivers. I have a decent set of screwdrivers, but they are not perfect, so I decided not to recommend them. And I have not tried enough other screwdrivers to make a thoughtful recommendation. Besides, I am not trying to give a recommendation for every product that someone might need. My goal is to introduce important topics and provide enough information that people can avoid common pitfalls.
My hope is that anyone who reads my article will google for something like "gunsmith screwdrivers" or "hollow ground screwdriver set" instead of just looking for screwdrivers at the hardware store. And anyone who searches for the right things, and reads some reviews, will end up with a decent set of hollow ground screwdrivers. I understand that people like specific instructions, but sometimes general information is useful, even if it is not definitive.
If you are interested in a more detailed discussion of screwdrivers, the link below has some interesting perspective from a master gunsmith. When the guns are works of art, the tools to maintain them are taken very seriously.
Finegunmaking.com - Gunsmithing Screwdrivers For Double Guns