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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by Wspeed on Today at 06:55:22 PM »
 :dd: :like: :like:
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Edged Tools / Re: What Traditional Knife are you toting today?
« Last post by SteveC on Today at 06:53:21 PM »
American Jack today



pile side shot

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Couldn’t agree more. I’m going to attempt this weekend. I’ll post pics when completed. Cost of this project is soaring haha. Wondering if it’s worth it!
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Super 30 Day Challenge - June
« Last post by Wspeed on Today at 06:41:26 PM »
Great action pics Jaypeebee  :like: :tu:
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Edged Tools / Re: Bustin' out the traditionals, a 30-day challenge
« Last post by MTMatt on Today at 06:36:28 PM »
I'm sure about that with all you guys as company here :D
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The Break Room / Re: It's "The Weather Sucks" thread
« Last post by Wspeed on Today at 06:35:40 PM »
Heavy rain and thunderstorms again  :facepalm:
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Super 30 Day Challenge - June
« Last post by Jaypeebee on Today at 06:35:35 PM »
Day 19

Scraping with the Core awl........
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Rescue Tools / Re: Police Need Multi Tool Training
« Last post by Humayd A R Mahomedy on Today at 06:30:08 PM »
I am talking all officers world-wide. They can get partly the same training and education, and partly training that is tuned into their specific region and function. Officers in for example bush-land in South Africa, have partly different needs and challenges than officers in the business district of London.

interesting anology,and,since i'm from South Africa,i can offer some insight into some equipment and training.
there is practically zero budget for multi tool training and purchases,except by private purchase,in the South African Police Services.
i worked as a police reservist for a few years,and in that time,i saw only 1 officer carrying a multi tool on duty.
the majority of policepersons in South Africa do not carry additional,except issue gear [sidearm,cuffs,etc].
knives are not issued to regular SAPS officers.
1 of my friends is the unit commander for the local police search and rescue unit,he carries a Vic rescue tool,and Vic Swisstool.
he is the exception though,since he has devoted much of his life to training,at his own expense.
i will ask him the next time i see him,if others in the unit carry multitools.

ps we aren't "bushland".

pps sent via carrier pigeon 
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Multitools for Sale / Re: Some more leftovers
« Last post by Mart0923 on Today at 06:26:34 PM »
Hi there how much is postage to the UK for a sideclip,  thank you.
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I bought the fake LM Tread from wish and the quality is amazing
And it looks exactly the same as the real one even has the LM logos
I can’t say anything about the tools you are showing
But we have ordered loads of other stuff from them
And we have been happy with all of their things we got  :tu:
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