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Leatherman Tools / Re: What are Leatherman "leather" sheaths made of?
« Last post by rebel on Today at 09:53:30 AM »
I don't think I'm too out of line for wanting a quality sheath for my multitool.  ::)

You're out of line for wanting quality anything. But that doesn't mean you're wrong ;)

Anyway, you can probably get some very good quality sheaths just by buying old junker leathermans for cheap over ebay, garage sales, whatever. Nobody will know you are buying it for the sheath! And the old ones really are beautiful.

I do like the old LM sheaths    :D

Very nice collection you have there.
The Mod Squad / Re: The Mega84
« Last post by 50ft-trad on Today at 09:49:38 AM »
Cheers Tom  :cheers: I hope to have the Mega84 v1 peened up and in the pocket today. Might even have a look at one of the other mods too  :)
The Break Room / Re: Lets get posting!
« Last post by zoidberg on Today at 09:45:01 AM »
Grumpy post, just got outbid on a Paladin PT-525.  :rant:
Gerber Tools / Re: Gerber Dime - Purple
« Last post by rebel on Today at 09:42:08 AM »
Yeah but you have other color coordinated purple stuff like your i7R, right?  ;)
Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: SAKs & Coffee
« Last post by N_N_R on Today at 09:41:49 AM »
 :rofl: :facepalm:
Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: SAKs & Coffee
« Last post by Storky on Today at 09:33:41 AM »
Oh my goodness!  :ahhh :ahhh :ahhh
No spoon in reach?
 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Thanks for the info.


From the top of my head, I would say there is no MT that has the blade you want, but have a look at the following:

SOG PowerAssist: has an assisted opening blade (but the blade is probably smaller than you'd like, especially on a fairly big tool)
Leatherman Skeletool: This is a blade based MT with a high quality steel blade
SOG PowerDuo: Another blade based MT, although you have to be careful with this one, as quality seems to be lacking.
Buck XTraxt: another blade based MT (I virtually know nothing about this one).
The Shutter Shop / Re: Sheguiandah Museum.
« Last post by greenbear on Today at 09:21:38 AM »
Very nice Chako - I do enjoy your photo trips  :salute:
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