Or.. or.. "tools" - like the rest of the world calls them?
So "General Tool Discussion" isn't good enough? Def
Quote from: Grant Lamontagne on October 14, 2017, 10:32:58 PMSo "General Tool Discussion" isn't good enough? Def
Quote from: Douglas on October 14, 2017, 10:45:12 PMQuote from: Grant Lamontagne on October 14, 2017, 10:32:58 PMSo "General Tool Discussion" isn't good enough? DefNo nobody said that ever ( the that's what she said photo I'm referring to)
Back to topic, I mentioned a Cobalt tool set similar to Grant’s Stanley set. This rides in personal pickup, complete set of many tools for both Metric and SAE, with 1/4”, 3/8”,& 1/2” Drive tools. (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)If you watch Lowes ads before Thanksgiving, sometimes a couple of weeks before, this set can be had for around $100. They are snatched up quickly at the deeply discounted price. Like 66% off. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I feel a new sub forum would be a great idea. I personaly have learned more than I could have ever imagined in the short time I've been a member. I've learned a lot in the general forum but the brand specific dedicated subs are such a welth of info that they have challenged and or changed many of my preconceived belifes. I think such a section as this could realy help those of us who work daily with hand tools and are also looking to learn from others what works for them. I had prety much sworn off Leatherman after some bad experiances. After seeing so much love for them and the genorosity of another member I have found that Leatherman realy is serious contender in the MT world. I know I'm not the only member with a simular story. Just imagine how many of us could be helped with a dedicated hand tool section. This thread alone has shown some great stuff. Just imagine how much more there is....
I'm interested purely to see all of Tonys' tools
While I like the idea of having a specific spot here for "Dedicated Tools", not to be contrarian, but a word of caution...it would take *YEARS* to amass that kind of data and knowhow on those subjects, while it already seems to exist elsewhere. Sure it would be fun to talk bout these tools and share pics and stories, but rather than MTO being cited as an authoritarian source, we would likely be citing the work of others. Maybe that's OK...
I'm looking forward to seeing some of your masonry tools!Def