I bought a Supertool 200 NIP 1005 datecodes and a Grey Kf4 NIP (didn't look for it for the datecodes) in blister packs just like that around 2008-09 and the ST200 packaging has 2008 on it They also had PSTs I bought a ST200, a couple of the Kf4s (one for a member here ) but I didn't get a PST as I had been looking for older ones at the time and that one was still a bit higher than what I wanted to pay considering they had on been discontinued a few years at that time So I would say it is the latest datecode on a PST with newer packaging to get rid of the remaining stock after the big discontinuing of 04/05
Just two PSTs and 35 years between them
I'm always amazed at all the many changes made to the PST over the years of production.
Finally I gathered all variants (four of four) of JPSTs with "POCKET SURVIVAL TOOL" on handles
EDIT: PPS - How many in the collection now
Now in my collection 146 PSTs (131 USPSTs and 15 JPSTs)
You have more than me , I have only(!) 118 PSTs (86 x USPSTs and 43 JPSTs)
Quote from: gregozedobe on May 05, 2018, 02:50:14 PMYou have more than me , I have only(!) 118 PSTs (86 x USPSTs and 43 JPSTs) All my 146 PSTs - it's unique, no double items, what about yours 118?