ReamerPunch nice BuckTool. It is nice you have a box and paper work. Would you mind posting a picture of the open tool so I can tell what variation you have.I find it interesting how after many years of collecting BuckTools, you discover something I have never noticed before. I looked at my BuckTools and found 1, 2,3,4,5 and 6 dot tools. My first guess is a date code, as the evolution of the tool seems to coincide with the number of dots. The number of dots differ on all tools I have from one side of the head to the other. Like 2 dots one side the other 3 dots. So this may have aided in assembly. I will be in contact with Buck to see if any one can give me an answer. I will try this weekend to post pictures of the dot variation I have.
Quote from: gregozedobe on October 17, 2018, 02:10:16 AM Thank you, gregozedobe! Just need the 732 LED model and I will call it quits on buying anymore X-Tract models. The LED 732 seems a rare bird though.
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Thanks my friend 👍I love the MiniBuck
You’re right- I sad it and I thought three things:1. what a beauty with this sheaths 2. it’s a strange little Tool3. buy it
Quote from: CeHo on November 16, 2018, 07:41:21 PMNice Buck MTs. I like the black 360, there a several different variants around of the 360, but none are very common.The mini-buck is so small and delicate it is almost like they said to themselves - How small can we make a Buck MT that folds like the bigger ones ?Unfortunately once they have been used a bit many of these littlies get very loose/floppy in the mechanism that folds out the pliers
So if any of you with 360 First Production Run tools could look and see if yours has reverse icon I would appreciate it. If yours are sealed please "do not open" them.