More multitools are obtainable than not, but i guess i'd like to FIND a valid 1983 pst... One of the very first. I'd want to discover it, rather than purchase one already attributed and overpriced.
My holy grail was a camo charge tti w/ bo tools. I've slowly worked my way up. First Holt grail was a wave. Then a charge. Then a bo charge. Now finally the stars aligned and this is MINE. I'm stoked.Does any one know exactly what camo charge this is?
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At first I was "But he has a bunch or Cores?!" and then I saw the small print.
One of mine was a NIB Vic Director, and I got one earlier this year. I realize they would have to charge a bit more for them, but it is a crime they stopped making those engine-turned SS scales. Other than that, nothing else springs to mind ATM.
Quote from: nate j on September 30, 2013, 06:06:51 AMOne of mine was a NIB Vic Director, and I got one earlier this year. I realize they would have to charge a bit more for them, but it is a crime they stopped making those engine-turned SS scales. Other than that, nothing else springs to mind ATM.Isn't it a Wenger Director?
I got my holy grail for $25 at a pawn shop. LM Vista.
this is so hard to answer as i don't know what one or 2 items fit into this category for me at this point in time. i have some desperate wants but once i get them im quickly moving on to the next. right now the coolest thing i have is a busted up Japanese Riveted PST. even tho its pretty gnarly i like that it has Japan on the main blade and that it has survived who knows what. i do like the signed by Tim Leatherman tools some members have. ok maybe if i had a PST signed by the man himself.
At the moment I'd just like to know what an original 1983 Early Winters catalogue PST looks like. Then I'd know what I'm looking for (or I might even already own one, I have a few early odd-ball PSTs )I know what the Cabela's version looks like, but have never seen a picture of a production Early winters version (I'm assuming that like the Cabela's one, the production tools looked different to the photos of prototypes shown in the catalogues).