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Let's See Your Pocket Tools

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

  1. metropolicity

    metropolicity Loaded Pockets

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    I think it's for grip?
     
  2. misterS
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    thanks!....think you're right about that:)
     
  3. Cornholio2188

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    Yes indeed-originally intended for grip, yet can be used as a temporary fastener. Those are really just from the 99 cent store-but other dollar stores have had it too-all in convenient multi sized sets. I use them for tightening up paracord near the zippers, putting them around actual keys to silence them (as my stepdad stated-they're great just around keys though), keeping the p-38 closed, "keeping" the car keyfob on the key chain, securing anything it could go around, and would you know it-they are great backup gaskets!
     
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  4. Cornholio2188

    Cornholio2188 Loaded Pockets

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    Yes indeed-originally intended for grip, yet can be used as a temporary fastener. Those are really just from the 99 cent store-but other dollar stores have had it too-all in convenient multi sized sets. I use them for tightening up paracord near the zippers, putting them around actual keys to silence them (as my stepdad stated-they're great just around keys though), keeping the p-38 closed, "keeping" the car keyfob on the key chain, securing anything it could go around, and would you know it-they are great backup gaskets!

    Oh, and also it looks perdy kewl.
     
  5. misterS
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    My first JDR Tool: Titanium Betta
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  6. nw1911guy

    nw1911guy Loaded Pockets

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    What's the story on the Navy GUI 2001? Who made it?
     
  7. gibbsrule9
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    Some of the Navy tools have one or two slots in them containing screwdriver bits and the rings keep them in place. There's an example pictured in Renegade Style's post #189.
     
  8. misterS
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    misterS EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    That tool was a gift from my step-son, and was my very first piece of edc gear. From what I understand, Navy is a Chinese company who makes affordable "knock off" gear. Here's a link I found: http://www.exduct.com/
     
  9. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    They also make a couple of copies of Atwood sharps:
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  10. nw1911guy

    nw1911guy Loaded Pockets

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    Ah I see. I thought they looked an awful lot like Atwoods.
     
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  11. Elian_BHZ

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    Hi guys this is my new Pocket Tool. The Navy CUI 2001 :)

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    Enviado desde mi unknown usando Tapatalk 2
     
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  12. Cornholio2188

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    I didn't know this was pretty much a prybaby-didn't even know about Atwoods at the time. At least I don't feel guilty thrashing it! Thrashing an Atwood-that's SACRELIDGE!!

    If you wouldn't try to remove a tire with a Picasso, you definitely won't use an Atwood for anything you could sacrifice the skin off your hands instead.
     
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  13. Brink

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    How well do those exduct tools hold up?


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  14. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Original JRP Toucan and a Boker Plus production of the same below it.
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