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Discussion in 'Knives & Multi-Tools' started by tal_bushcraft, Jun 14, 2015.
Playin' around with this Wingman.
Playin' around with this Skeletool.
Although I am at least familiar with and/or have handled most of the multi-tools on the market, it wasn't until a few days ago I had an opportunity to examine a Skeletool. One of my friends had got one on a good sale at one of the big box stores and let me get familiar with it. Frankly, it felt a lot of sharp and pointy in my hand. I had the impression that it had to be handled with extra attention or there would be a risk of discomfort or even lacerations from using it even normally.
So, what do you think? Does the Skeletool have to be handled with extra care, or is it just my notion?
The Tinies are my favourites...
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It is like that a bit at the beginning but these days I don't notice it at all, perhaps subconscious mental memory of where or how to hold it?
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A marvelous Leatherman mod! I think that is the very same one I wanted to buy, but didnt. (And I regreat that now)
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So very often your posts make me want to buy something.
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It's what he does best.
Some older Leatherman knives: C305, E302, and H503.
I love the plier head on the Rebar, but I love the scissors and blade on the Blast even more
Until today, my only Leatherman was a Micra--but I think this marks my official entry into the club.
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