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>> No. 59114 YubYub
7th December 2017
Thursday 3:51 am
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>> No. 59171 Moralfag
16th December 2017
Saturday 3:14 am
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MacGuyver's an old bloke now, he'd have difficulty lifting that, let alone defusing a nuclear bomb with the toothpick
>> No. 59172 Crabkiller
16th December 2017
Saturday 12:24 pm
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>>59114
Swiss Army Knives have always struck me as a bit pointless. Every tool on them is a bit crap. You get better from a 10 quid multi-tool - it will be slightly bigger, but a lot more useful.
>> No. 59173 Crabkiller
16th December 2017
Saturday 1:28 pm
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>>59172
They're more suited to camping and wilderness stuff whereas multi-tools are intended for when you're dealing with mechanical problems.
>> No. 59174 Searchfag
16th December 2017
Saturday 1:46 pm
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>>59173

The SAK is just a very old-fashioned design. None of the tools lock in place, which makes them fiddly and sometimes dangerous to use. They do have one saving grace - they're automatically legal to carry in the UK, whereas a Leatherman or other multitool with a locking blade is an offensive weapon unless you've got a specific reason to be carrying it.
>> No. 59175 YubYub
16th December 2017
Saturday 2:16 pm
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>>59174
Well yeah, the past involved more wilderness stuff and the present has more mechanical problems.
>> No. 59176 Auntiefucker
16th December 2017
Saturday 2:19 pm
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>>59173
I do camping and wilderness stuff regularly though - SAKs are just a bit shit for that. The only thing my small one is reliably used for when camping, is opening beer bottles. The multi-tools which fold out like a pair of pliers aren't a lot bigger.
>> No. 59177 Billbob
16th December 2017
Saturday 3:49 pm
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>>59176
I was assuming multitools had more hex key and screwdriver heads and such, after having a look it appears they have mainly the same things as a SAK but more robust. I'll stop talking about them now.
>> No. 59178 Ambulancelad
16th December 2017
Saturday 11:37 pm
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>>59177

Depends on the tool, really, the Leatherman Wave is perennially popular and it has an optional set of bits to compliment the Phillips/flathead it comes with.
>> No. 59180 Samefag
17th December 2017
Sunday 1:04 am
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>>59114
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>> No. 59181 Searchfag
17th December 2017
Sunday 1:18 am
59181 R THIS BORING
Can we have more gore pls plpz

ooh I banged me thumb on a hammer

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>> No. 59182 Ambulancelad
17th December 2017
Sunday 3:02 am
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>>59181

Did it not occur to you that you could post some yourself? Be the change you want to see in the world.

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