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nl Offline Ron Who

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #150 on: December 20, 2017, 08:20:21 PM
As a side note , I would love to turn up to a job with that air cannon :gimme:
But would you also like to get home from work and have a bruised shoulder

Worth it.
For the chance to use a cool toy.
I'm more a fan of explosives :D
Now that you mention them... Who isn't? :dd:
As the size of an explosion increases, the number of social situations it is incapable of solving approaches zero.
-the Tarkin hypothesis?

You know the saying: "the two best lock picks are a stick of dynamite and a sledgehammer"
I think you misquoted... it should be
"the two best lock picks are a stick of dynamite and another stick of dynamite"
What if you have unlimited dynamite?  :drool:
There will be no door left unopened to you.  :D


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #151 on: December 20, 2017, 08:34:43 PM
There will be no door left unopened to you.  :D

T'SWSS...   :D
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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #152 on: December 20, 2017, 09:56:15 PM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def
Leave the dents as they are- let your belongings show their scars as proudly as you do yours.


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #153 on: December 20, 2017, 10:04:06 PM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def
If I have an unlimited supply of dynamite, I can make fortress walls of dynamite to keep them out.  :whistle:
Hooked, like everyone else. ;)

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #154 on: December 20, 2017, 11:16:18 PM
I knew this thread would blow up.  :facepalm:


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #155 on: December 21, 2017, 05:00:20 AM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def

He clearly said he wanted to neutralize the Tread.

Leatherman fans beware! 



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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #156 on: December 21, 2017, 09:06:19 AM
I knew this thread would blow up.  :facepalm:
But who lit the fuse?
It wouldn't be the internet without people complaining.


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #157 on: December 21, 2017, 10:58:22 AM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def

He clearly said he wanted to neutralize the Tread.

Leatherman fans beware! 



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I think he just meant neuter... so they wont sire offsprings like "Half a Tread"
It wouldn't be the internet without people complaining.


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #158 on: December 21, 2017, 01:06:10 PM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def

He clearly said he wanted to neutralize the Tread.

Leatherman fans beware! 



:o
I think he just meant neuter... so they wont sire offsprings like "Half a Tread"
Too late to neuter the other models, isn't it?...  :'(
Hooked, like everyone else. ;)

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #159 on: December 21, 2017, 07:45:21 PM
Watch out, if you have an unlimited supply of dynamite someone may come kicking down your door to neutralize the threat you present.

Def

He clearly said he wanted to neutralize the Tread.

Leatherman fans beware! 



:o
I think he just meant neuter... so they wont sire offsprings like "Half a Tread"
Too late to neuter the other models, isn't it?...  :'(

You can neuter the other Leathermans with the raptor


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #160 on: December 21, 2017, 09:55:58 PM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)
"Simple is hard"
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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #161 on: December 21, 2017, 10:09:49 PM
 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #162 on: December 21, 2017, 10:28:13 PM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)
For occasions like this, I highly recommend the Gerber DING-DONG... it is almost as if you are ringing the bell.

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #163 on: December 21, 2017, 10:46:19 PM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)
For occasions like this, I highly recommend the Gerber DING-DONG... it is almost as if you are ringing the bell.

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Yes, bringing pitchforks to the issue at hand has a long tradition in Europe. Traditionally accompanied by torches and a suitably sized hyped up crowd.
« Last Edit: December 21, 2017, 10:49:24 PM by Vidar »
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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #164 on: December 22, 2017, 12:41:54 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...



Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.
« Last Edit: December 22, 2017, 12:44:23 AM by Lynn LeFey »


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #165 on: December 22, 2017, 01:30:47 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...

(Image removed from quote.)

Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.

Quite possibly the most tactical tool ever invented  :mn:


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #166 on: December 22, 2017, 02:23:56 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...

(Image removed from quote.)

Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.

Quite possibly the most tactical tool ever invented  :mn:
It can even replace a SAK or multitool!  :whistle:
Hooked, like everyone else. ;)

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #167 on: December 22, 2017, 03:33:18 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...

(Image removed from quote.)

Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.

Quite possibly the most tactical tool ever invented  :mn:
It can even replace a SAK or multitool!  :whistle:

I think I've tried something very similar to your prototype as a crowbar and big flat screwdriver too.
"Simple is hard"
(Partial disclosure: I design tools for a living).


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #168 on: December 22, 2017, 08:17:24 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...

(Image removed from quote.)

Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.

Quite possibly the most tactical tool ever invented  :mn:
It can even replace a SAK or multitool!  :whistle:

I think I've tried something very similar to your prototype as a crowbar and big flat screwdriver too.
We have them too... and while commonly those OPT are modeled after animals, ours is modeled after our favorite food... CHEEESE

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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #169 on: December 22, 2017, 09:32:25 AM
Anyone know of a light duty door opening tool? You know, for smaller occasions. Say if I hear someone talking about jaywalking then maybe enter and unpair all their socks? (I might not have the vigilante expertise down just yet, but surely that will teach them!)

I have a prototype I'm working on. Super secret tech. Don't tell anyone. But...

(Image removed from quote.)

Easily fits in a pocket or on a ring. Solid, single piece construction. Long-lasting and non-sparking, in case the place you're trying to get into has a gas leak. Lanyard ring hole included. Good for foot scratching, ear-wax removal, lottery ticket scratching, put between fingers on a ring as a self defense tool, use it to clean gunk from firearms, LOTS of uses.

Quite possibly the most tactical tool ever invented  :mn:
It can even replace a SAK or multitool!  :whistle:

I think I've tried something very similar to your prototype as a crowbar and big flat screwdriver too.
We have them too... and while commonly those OPT are modeled after animals, ours is modeled after our favorite food... CHEEESE

(Image removed from quote.)

Our keys look similar but I don't eat cheese. Oh the humanity!

That said, not only do we get far better security but the lack of package opening potential forces us, FORCES us, to carry a knife. No one can ever say to us, 'why don't you just use that key you're already carrying'.  :rofl:
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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #170 on: December 22, 2017, 12:25:47 PM
I have used a key to open packages many times.  :pok:


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Re: Heavy duty door Opening Tool?
Reply #171 on: December 22, 2017, 05:09:31 PM
will the OP be the nation's hero by now?
Or a neighbor that ended up in prison for raiding a poor family's flat?  :think:
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