Cody got it right, I paid a lot less for an original PST than I did for the heritage. I have the rebar EDC and the legality of that has yet to be tested in court. Also bear in mind that even though there is no lock on the PST, if you close the handles it can be interpreted as a locking blade.Swisschamp or Ranger for me now
I'd agree with SteveC. PST is still a fine tool. Theres threads somewhere about my KST conversion,which is a bladeless PST for UK legality. All that and the fact I'm not a fan of the Rebar
Thanks for the response Steve & Kirk.I have looked around for a used PST, in reasonable condition, but the issue is posting it to the UK (no chance on Flea-Bay) That means getting one from here really (as you are all paragons of virtue and trustworthy beyond reproach )The locking blade thing is not an issue (Rebar) as I won't be wandering the streets with it and I will need a blade regardless.Thanks to everyone who contributed and, unless someone wants to sell an original PST, then the Rebar it is
I would get a Rebar. Multitools have come a long way since that PST was made, and the Rebar is superior in every way. I own 2 PST's, and have only used one....barely. It is too small, very uncomfortable to handle, the tools clump and are difficult to deploy ( the ones on my Rebar also are!), and they do not lock. The PST is good for historical reasons and nostalgia!
In your opinion of course
Can we please have the PST's lanyard ring on the Rebar?
I have a Rebar and JPST I'd be willing to sell ya. Let me snap some pics of the JPST or if you're interested I also have a PST2? I'll pm ya and we can work out the details.
I hear you. I sent a fellow member a package and it just arrived in his country yesterday or so. I sent the package on 05/05/2020!