New favourite acronym... DILLIGAFNot suitable for younger audiences... but stands for Do I Look Like I Give A....................Im a bad person... I know
We use lot's of acronyms and abreviations, so I figured I'd try to make a list to help the newcomers, although I still probably have a few to learn as well. Please add to my list, and I'll update this post to keep them all in order.Common Acronyms:BO - Black Oxide FinishBOB - Bug Out BagCCW - Concealed Weapons PermitCRKT - Columbia River Knife & Tool CompanyEDC - Every Day CarryFSP - Fisher Space PenGAK - German Army KnifeLM - LeathermanMAS- Multi-tool Acquisition SyndromeMT - Multi-ToolMT.O or MTO - Multitool.orgOT - Off TopicPC - Politically CorrectPSK - Personal Survival KitSAK - Swiss Army KnifeSAKKO - Swiss Army Knife Knock-OffSOG - Studies and Operations Group (Knife & Tool company)SOSAK - Secret Order of the Swiss Army KnifeTGMTPT- The Great Multi Tool Picture ThreadVic - VictorinoxVSAK-VictorinoxWSAK-WengerSome Specific Tool Models:PST - LM's Personal Survival ToolS2, CS4, KF4, XE6 - LM's Juice SeriesP4, S4, E4 - LM's Squirt SeriesTi, XTi, TTi, AL, ALX - LM's Charge SeriesCX - Skeletool CXST - SwissTool or Super ToolSTS - SwissTool SpiritOHT, OHF - Vic's One Handed Trekker, FiremanTCP - Tool Chest PlusXAVT - Huge Vic ToolPPP - SOG's Pocket Power PlierPPPD - SOG's Pocket Power Plier DeluxeEVO - A style of Wenger tools
Since 1983, we've been making tools that can endure just about anything and come back to work tomorrow. When Tim Leatherman and his business partner Steve Berliner started the company with the Pocket Survival Tool (PST) they had no idea that someday they would have more than 30 models and a full 90,000 square-foot facility here in Portland, Oregon with more than 400 employees. Here's a look at all the Leatherman tools past and present.