It's difficult to imagine a Sak without a blade, but if I had to pick the tool's I'd want that would be safe to use wherever you are, then I'd go for...Magnifying GlassBit's and Driver from the Cybertool range.Can and Bottle OpenersScissor'sKeyringPlus scalesPliersAnd call it the ''bugger off it's legal''
hey whats the cheapest way to get a layer,from cyber tool that has that bitholder and driver?
well thats one useful method,thanks Mike,for the ultimate tip
Actually Stayglow would make sence, as it takes the Sak one step further from tactical
Quote from: micky d on September 13, 2008, 10:44:18 PMActually Stayglow would make sence, as it takes the Sak one step further from tactical Little known fact: if you bring together nine or more stayglow scales you can start nuclear fission.Hence in the photo I stuck to eight, they still seem to be getting pretty excited though Neil
Why yes of course (Image removed from quote.) CERN have nothing on me Neil
Shouldn't be that hard, just have a SAK without the knife layer. Choose any knife you like, and take off the knife layer.
Mind you with 8 of the bugger's does the glow self perpetuate
QuoteMind you with 8 of the bugger's does the glow self perpetuateHard as it may be to admit, I don't think the solution to the energy crisis is hidden in SAK scales.