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KentsOkay wrote:Love how a thread on hiking somehow ends up with twisted balls and lubricating your body in animal grease.
aus.templar wrote:this thread keeps getting worse... or better, I'm not quite sure
shrapnel wrote:Shut the fuck up, you'll meet me and you'll like me or I'll fucking cut you.
SMoAF wrote: I collect foodstuffs so that I can stay alive long enough to exhaust my ammo supply.
And on the eighth day Man forged a knife and took survival into his own hands.jamoni wrote:You win. I hope it helps you get chicks.
aus.templar wrote:Shouldn't have broken in my opinion... My Leatherman Wave got left on the top of an armoured vehicle, vehicle took off and the LM.Wave fell off (2 metres-ish) onto hard rock... then got driven over by a truck. It had some scratches on it and was a little dusty but nothing broken.
kcor_77 wrote:aus.templar wrote:Shouldn't have broken in my opinion... My Leatherman Wave got left on the top of an armoured vehicle, vehicle took off and the LM.Wave fell off (2 metres-ish) onto hard rock... then got driven over by a truck. It had some scratches on it and was a little dusty but nothing broken.
Sounds like my wave been through two deployments and has survived. I have a sog not sure which model and not a big fan. The sog is a good tool don't get me wrong way better than a gerber by any means. I just can't keep an edge on the blades. I have a hard time believing it broke from a short fall. I mean it doesn't sound possible at all. There could have been a flaw in the metal. I have no way to explain it at all. It does suck in a bad way that your tool broke.
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oldsoldier wrote:I personally carry the Leatherman Supertool 300. I picked up an aftermarket case for it, that has 2 side loops for holding small items. I have a Maratac flashlight in 1, and the other is currently empty. This is probably the biggest Leatherman they make-but, it gets used a lot. I have it on my hip, so, weight is not really a factor. Granted, I wouldn't carry it in my pocket though. But, I wanted something robust, with a good Phillips head, a usable saw, a decent file, and great pliers-and got exactly that. To be honest, I could do without the blade, as I always have a pocketknife on me. If that were an option, I certainly would have gone with that. I have owned Gerbers, SOGs, and Leatherman tools-by far, I am a fan of Leatherman ones.
Sig_Ocelot wrote:Nintendo drops the ball!!!! They don't make hybrid cars, what's up with that? I can't ride my Wii to work, this is bullshit.
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