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CountyComm Hooligan

Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by HeadOffice, Mar 26, 2021.

  1. HeadOffice

    HeadOffice Loaded Pockets

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    Just arrived today - grade 5 titanium - will be interesting to see how much use it gets...
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  2. A.B.

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    Depends on what you are planning to do I guess? I prefer the old school carbon (but that's the construction worker talking). Otherwise really nice tool.

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  3. lnytunes

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    Nice. Keep us posted. It's an interesting little tool that piqued my curiosity when I saw it.
     
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  4. Wishoot

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    Used a much larger one when I was a volunteer firefighter. I'm having a tough time envisioning this for any EDC use though.
     
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  5. mash4077

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    I was tempted to get one but the price of 30 something shipped was a little to much for me, plus it’s not one solid piece of titanium. The ends are pinned on.
     
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    it's a cool gift idea, but not a particular fan of ti for edc prying as it just gets chewed up in my experience. standard widgys are more practical across the board.
     
  7. xtrajack

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    My thoughts exactly. Wouldn't mind a full size one for my truck.
    I feel that my breacher bar is actually stronger for prying jobs.
     
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    My thoughts exactly.
     
  9. nosuchagency

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    back of truck for when things gone pear shaped...

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  10. adnj

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    Perfect for leveling wobbly café tables! Enjoy your new toy!!

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  11. HeadOffice

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    Actually I have the breacher bar (steel) from them and it works really well. I was looking for a job to use my Hooligan on and so I used it underneath the bathroom door to lift it up a little and then got my wife to stand on it and hold it in place. I could then work on the hinge easily. It is useful but not for big jobs ..
     
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  12. adnj

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    I think it looks great. Titanium just makes it better.

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  13. HeadOffice

    HeadOffice Loaded Pockets

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    Thank you - I must confess I had so many points with CountyComm I told them to just give me three of them - so I have one for each of my bags now...
     
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    I'd love to hear feedback from use of these.
     
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