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The Break Room / Re: Shop projects
« Last post by Sparky415 on Today at 03:44:28 AM »

Me neither, I also thought they were steel, I was going to make a cooker  ::)

Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: SAKs & Coffee
« Last post by Nix on Today at 03:38:21 AM »
Not sure whats happening.   The last several weeks I've not been enjoying coffee.  I pour a cup and after one drink I am done.  I love the smell and initial taste but after that I'm over it.  I think I''ll stop drinking it for a little while and see if I miss it.  I don't drink it for the boost necessarily I mostly drink it mostly for the taste.  I'm just not enjoying it anymore.  Kinda weird  :think:

This sounds like a serious problem. Consider consulting your physician.

My problem is that I love coffee, but am a bit caffeine sensitive. A little coffee and I start buying SAK's without good cause. A little more coffee and I start ranting over the lack of real-ivory tooth picks and 5160 knife blades. A little more coffee and I start thinking that I should just bloody well forge and build my own SAKs...at 3:00 AM in the morning...using a common propane torch.
Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: I have been naughty.
« Last post by theonew on Today at 03:17:41 AM »
The CT41 is what the Swisschamp should have been, the true flagship model of the Victorinox line. No diminutive mag glass, no fish tickler, and the ability to drive all manner of modern fasteners. I have never owned a Swisschamp, but have a CT41 in the arsenal ready to save the day when other Swiss knives just aren't up to the job.

Interesting perspective. I agree :tu:

As far as being naughty, it wasn't that long ago that a full tank of gas in my SUV cost over $100 and I'm sure your SAK will last a lot longer than that did (provided you don't lend it to Pablo)
Miscellaneous Items / Re: FS: Knipex Water Pump Pliers
« Last post by kaput on Today at 03:16:29 AM »
Agreed. Are these 12"?
Leatherman Tools / Re: Texas Tool Crafters is back
« Last post by Syncop8r on Today at 03:13:08 AM »
I am just happy I got all of the ones I wanted prior to their legal troubles. That marking is undesirable to say the least. On the other hand, happy to see them back in the game.

It is possible that it could be taken off with some elbow grease. Alcohol (or even better, Acetone if you're not working around plastic) and a cotton swab does wonders on a lot of types of tampo printing.

Is it printed or laser engraved?
To me that looks like a photoshopped image to show what they would look like rather than a photo of an actual marked multitool.
I'm probably wrong though.
:cheers: heres to you feeling stronger today, mm!
Thanks   :tu:
General Tool Discussion / Re: Texas law: open carry
« Last post by chrono on Today at 03:09:30 AM »
When interviewed today a resident of Austin Texas commented

"I don't know what all the fuss is about"
That guy´s funny. He´s on YouTube but I don´t have a link.

Mike Craughwell, AKA Irish Mike

Here's a good example of his work :ahhh

He is probably a fan of Berserk manga
The Axe Hole / Re: Axe redesigned after 8000 years!
« Last post by Syncop8r on Today at 03:09:21 AM »
Perhaps they could make one where the handle stays as is and the head rotates upon striking the wood.  :think:
Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: Alox forever!
« Last post by El Corkscrew on Today at 03:08:08 AM »
No '61?  :think:


They only made the 61 in the 51 model (no Alox) I've got a 65...
General Tool Discussion / Re: Member Map- I forgot we had it!
« Last post by Syncop8r on Today at 03:07:29 AM »
Hey, where did it go?  :pok:
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