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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-25-2010, 10:18 PM Thread Starter
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Best multi tool and why?

Looking to get one to keep in my pack. What's your choices and why? Thanks!
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Re: Best multi tool and why?

I have Gerbers. Always worked good with no problems.
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Re: Best multi tool and why?

I have a Gerber lots ofusable stuff.Cutting blades sharp opens and shuts easy.
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Re: Best multi tool and why?

I carry a leatherman Wave while hunting ,,locking knife and saw blade ,,and nice needle nose pliers also ,with others tools ,, screw drivers,,wire cutter , etc .
i carry a leatherman kick for work ,,its has a pocket clip along also carry a small micra and a P4 model
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Re: Best multi tool and why?

I carry a leatherman blast for work and I have a Gerber I use for hunting. I definately think the leatherman is a better built tool but I've never had a problem with the either.

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Re: Best multi tool and why?

Leatherman.

Made in the USA. They have a wide variety of different tools that you can get on their multi-tools. The also have different size and weight multi-tools to fit YOUR needs. You can get some of their knife blades made from 154CM steel. A very good warranty and customer service. ( used it once) I have many of their tools. Truth be told, I also have a Gerber. My Leathermans are the go to tools first.

http://www.leatherman.com/

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Re: Best multi tool and why?

bear jaws

http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_...1datarq%3Dmulti

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post #8 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-26-2010, 10:55 AM
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Re: Best multi tool and why?

Wasn't there a thread about leatherman co. being anti gun rights?
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Hope your wrong very good quality right there don't need one but if it would be leatherman...later
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Google it. Leatherman anti gun.
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