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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by Edm1, Apr 8, 2019.
You must find some and try it
It must be good because the bottles are empty pretty quickly
I repair headrests for a local bus hire company and I use my blade to slice open the top of the headrest so I can glue and repack them before hand sewing them back up.
The bottle opener is great for opening the glue pot.
Used the little fire starter and the Camper saw blade so I could boil some water to have a midday meal.
Nice pic.. So.. Did ya see any?? Nothing like a warm/hot meal on a cold day.. In the winter I take along my MSR PocketRocket stove and cup-a-soup for a hot meal.. Hits the spot..
While I didn’t actually cut the tree down with the saw, I did use it to trim a few branches once I got home.
I had to cut a hole in a grommet to run a data cable into my new tractor.
When I say "my tractor" I mean the investors bought it for us, but I'm it's operator.
Actually this was yesterday, but just the simple task of tightening all the screws that hold the clips on an entertainment center I assembled. I use an 5/32 bit in my impact drill so instead of getting up and going over to the workbench my SAK made life a little easier
We did some craft today
I tightened down my trigger guard
Dan, any hares tonight?
Yes Jim you know me too well, getting a bit of meat for our work Christmas party. As well as alot of back straps off kangaroos.
Opening early Christmas presents with the small blade, scratching instant kiwi tickets with the large SD
I trimmed off zip tie tags
I tightened up the handle on my hand saw with the Explorer
Cut up schneitzel for tea to be crumbed and fried, spuds for the pot, opened bags, scraped labels off jars for reusing with the large SD, prized off bottle caps, extracted splinters with some awl surgery.
Just the average sort of day , really
I dressed some small game with my Spartan tonight.
I used the Tourist to cut Christmas paper.
I used the Tourist to cut some material for use as an oil rag.
More of the more important tasks you’ll do this year...