Excellent condition, from what I can see. Nice score! T-A
My PST came in today and it’s in very nice shape. Not even broken in and has practically no signs of use. They must have been an impressive thing when first introduced. I have always kind of wanted one of these since my dad had one years ago and lost it while the sheath ended up with me. Now I have the proper thing for the sheath.
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Paul, nice pickup on the PST. My very first multitool was a PST I bought in the Marines from the ship’s store on the U.S.S. Peleliu. If I remember correctly it was around $40 in 1991. I bought a second one for my Dad. We both still have them. While using the pliers on anything that needed a lot of grip wasn’t always pleasant, I really like them for their compact size. I brought another one home from Grandad’s house when I cleaned it out, and that one stays in the boat. I picked one up at a swap meet that’s as clean as the day it was new for $20 a couple years ago, with the original brown leather sheath in just as pristine condition. I felt a little guilty for stealing it. But my latest one was free. A guy at work was cleaning out a storage area and found one in a box of stuff. He said he already had a multitool and asked me if I wanted it….duh, of course I did. That one was also like new.Thanks!
A few came in today. Vic climber used for $10, new alox bantam for $20, and a new leatherman rebar for $50.
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The rebar is a very nice size and has a great tool set. I intend to carry it for the times I don’t want to lug around my whole LM surge tool kit on my belt. I also ordered the bit kit that adapts to the philips driver.
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I have an older Lumberjack with no scale tools that I really like. I know a lot of people absolutely have to have scissors, but not me, I really like the saw. I’ve often thought if they put an awl and corkscrew on a Walker they would really have an extremely versatile 2 layer package.