Quote from: Monrogue on June 08, 2014, 05:23:43 AMSweet SuperTool Shamus While mine hasn't seen 20 years of use, I can tell from how much I have used it in the last couple months that it is designed to do some work. This tool was my only toolkit back in the days when I was living in apartments. Since then I’ve obtained dedicated tools, but I still reach for the Supertool when I’m in a hurry. The file is dull, but everything else works just fine. I’m sure you’ll get lots of use out of yours.
Sweet SuperTool Shamus While mine hasn't seen 20 years of use, I can tell from how much I have used it in the last couple months that it is designed to do some work.
How's this for a Throwback Thursday? It could have worked for Wenger Wednesday too, but this is me at the 2008 SHOT Show holding the Wenger Giant, the largest pocket knife in the world according to the folks at Guinness!Def
I'd love to get my hands on a SAK that big!
Who you calling a grub ho?DefSent from a digital multitool
ST200 with a rusty grub hoe.
Quote from: David on June 19, 2014, 07:57:20 PMST200 with a rusty grub hoe. Careful,Sparky415 will be wanting that hoe!
I failed TBT, totally forgot. Rockin the pro scout.Sak's rule !
My first. Looking back I now realize it was a bit clunky and simple but totally functional - it filled a need. But hey, let's talk about the Gerber...
My latest Plierench. April, 1942. 72 years old and still in its prime. They don't make like this anymore.