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At college we were told that an engineer can do for 50 pence what any fool can do for £5. The ludicrous prices in the UK will probably rule out...
I spent around 40 years working as a vehicle mechanic, and in addition, do most of my own home repairs, plumbing, small building projects...
Even automobile engines no longer require breaking in. Essentially, a multi-tool is an accessorized pair of pliers. I'd simply use it, sharpen...
That's not correct. However, carrying certain types of knife in public locations could get you into trouble without a reasonable excuse. carrying...
Usually, there is more than one right way to do most things in life. Sadly, there are many wrong ways to do most things as well.
You've just got...
Probably best not to overgeneralize.
As I grow older I notice that I have enough knives to see me out and then some.
"You're never lost, you're only in a different place from the one you wanted, and at a different time"
A welders slag chipping hammer works well on toughened glass door windows. A glass saw is normally required for laminated glass windshields....
Plain white cotton. Can be used as a wound dressing if nothing else is available. Dyed ones aren't so good for this.
Bad planning or emergency use only. Otherwise regular tools. That and because they're shiny and I can't resist.
In the UK we have seen the murder and violent crime rate go up in the past couple of years after falling steadily for the last decade or so.
It depends how and why you need to carry a multi-tool or anything else with a fixed or locking blade. The UK laws are strict I'll admit. However...
It sometimes seems that some fancy footwork is required to sidestep the Ten Commandments.
A: Christopher Reeve
B: Dog or cat?
In the UK we call those catapults. A slingshot would be more along the lines of the weapon David used to kill Goliath.