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Let's See Your Pocket Tools

Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by JAfromMn, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. DBR

    DBR Loaded Pockets

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    Bwahahahahaha!
     
  2. DBR

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    I'm trying to wrap my mind around the degree of childishness it takes to electronically ignore someone, which is perfectly fine by me, and then to answer questions about what the ignored person (me) carries. Hahahaha!
     
  3. JAfromMn

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    Thanks DBR and everyone else

    I'm going to have to keep my eyes open for one. Jewelers loupe
     
  4. DBR

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    It's a Jeweler's Loupe, but have fun! They're cool to have. Great emergency firestarter on a sunny day, too. ;)
     
  5. JAfromMn

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    Sorry I'm so slow my net went down an my wife had my phone
     
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  6. DBR

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    It's not you buddy. ;)
     
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  7. JAfromMn

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    I would hate to offend the only one I've seen in this thread who carries more pocket tools than me. :D
     
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  8. DBR

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    I don't carry them every day, so it doesn't count. ;)

    You know something though? I wish I had all of this stuff when I worked for Wells Fargo Alarm Service! We thought we were hot potatoes back in 1991 when we had Leathermans and we tried to make it through a service call with that and a Beckman Multimeter (I had a Fluke, I was high-class!) and Weller Cordless Soldering Iron! Then the Gerber came out a few years later and we all snatched them up.

    To be able to have what I had in this thread alone would have been awesome. I had the "fix stuff" side of things and the "beat the snot out of people in the middle of the night" things. All of which have improved by leaps and bounds in the 14 or so years since I have been away from that world.
     
  9. Renegade Style

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    "say hello to my little friends..."

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  10. killroy360
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    this is what i carry in my pockets usually only if i don't feel to adventurous. :D
     
  11. keith1234
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    Wow that Fubar looks like it gets alot of use.
     
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  12. killroy360
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    For sure! if there was one tool i had to use for the rest of my life it would be the
    FUBAR. best 30 bucks ever spent!
     
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    tattoosteve99 EDC Junkie!!!

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    I got a little skull TT tool from a guy here. The op I think JaFromMn. It's an awesome little tool. It rides on my keyring every where I go. I'll get pics soon.
     
  14. Wow, you must really like those little gerber dime multi tools....
     
  15. misterS
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    multi-tools by misterS5595, on Flickr

    Here's what I have so far: Cattleman's Cutlery Ranchhand Tool, Pocketool X Piranha, Navy GUI 2001, Gerber Shard, Leatherman Squirt, 2 Leatherman Micras, Gerber Shortcut, Leatherman Super Tool.
     
  16. whyedc?

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    misterS: How do you like your Ranchhand Tool? Been thinking about getting one, just for light duty stuff, but have been waiting on real world use from people on the forum.
     
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    it's a recent purchase so haven't put it to much use yet, but it feels solid and looks well made.
     
  18. trickcarey

    trickcarey EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    What're the rubber rings for around the Navy tool. I picked up one of those a few weeks ago and would love to know what you do with those.
     
  19. metropolicity

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    The wrench part sucks, there is so much slop that it won't tighten nuts off that size. Say if this were scaled up 2X as big, the slop wouldn't be much of an issue, but when you are dealing with sub-10mm nuts, forget it.

    BUT the screw driver part is cool and the pliers are very nice for holding bolt heads. The spring loaded pliers are nice too.
     
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    I honestly don't know really....my step-son gave me that tool a few weeks ago...that one tool is what got me started with this edc obsession...I'll have to ask him. I do find that the rubber rings help keep the tool from clinking against my keys and other tools on my keychain.​