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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by allenC, May 13, 2008.

  1. scottyj

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    Jan 29, 2009
    I see what you did there. I'm digging that Indian mug too. :thumbsup:
     
  2. evanofcain

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  4. E40

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    Here is my well worn SAK. I am not even sure what model it is, but I have had it for quite some time. I carry it when I go hunting instead of my regular pocket knife.
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  5. emperorwang

    emperorwang

    Nov 16, 2008
    I believe that is a Wenger Teton!
     
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  6. Zephyr One/Zero

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  8. Frozen Bear Trading

    Frozen Bear Trading KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

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    Very new to multi tools. I want one. Been looking st the leatherman or the ones that can be plairs I mean. Any recommendations?
     
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  10. Zephyr One/Zero

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    There are a number of possibilities in the Leatherman line. It just depends on how-many tools you actually require. I prefer the medium-sized Wave Plus for all my needs. I would recommend, that you do, by a pair with replaceable cutters. Which probably see an inordinate amount of use next to the scissors, and knife implements. The Surge is larger, and a bit heavier to tote, but still a great tool. You also have the option for stainless, or blacked-out versions of these products. Which is purely a matter of taste, or mission parameter. Everything else is subjective, and bound by your wallet. Cheers!
     
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  11. jeepin

    jeepin Gold Member Gold Member

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  12. Frozen Bear Trading

    Frozen Bear Trading KnifeMaker / Craftsman / Service Provider Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

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    I'm looking at the leather man MUT EOD what do you think about that one ?
     
  13. Zephyr One/Zero

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    It's a very popular choice among multi-tool afficianados. Sees alot of use in the military for demolitions/explosive ordnance experts. Civilians like the replaceable, C4 punch for a variety of tasks. Has a 'bolt-override' tool for AR's, which is handy if you own a Stoner-based weapon. Basically, it checks-all-the-boxes I outlined. The MOLLE-sheaths are fairly-decent, like the one which came with my Wave. Leatherman offers the 25-yr. warranty on their items, so it's hard-to-go-wrong buying one. I carry mine in an aftermarket kydex sheath. I hope that I've helped you out in some small way. Peace out!
     
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  14. Zephyr One/Zero

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    The Gerber Suspension made-the-cut for today:

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  15. Frozen Bear Trading

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    I got one this evening for $100 bucks from some one that got it as a present and never opened the box. Thank for the help!
     
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    My Wave Plus and a few friends:

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  19. LMT66

    LMT66 Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 18, 2008
    Someone borrowed my Spirit X and sheath for a long auto trip around the states so I had to break out my spare SX. It doesn't have a sheath (it wore out long ago) so I grabbed my Chris Reeve (Gfeller Casemakers) sheath from my safe to mod.
    You have to do a little stretching to get the flap to close but after its done, its perfect. I use small eyeglass screwdrivers handles on top and bottom to stretch the leather. The design of the sheath allows this.
    I added a metal belt clip using a copper rivet and burr. The collar had to be trimmed to be able to pinch the tool out.
    Easy on and easy off the belt and should outlast me. Can still use my large or small Sebenza's in it.

    I really wish the MT companies would start making better sheaths. The used to.
     

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  20. pfranze78

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    Christmas is early this year :)
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