. Thanks GMan! They looked pretty much bullet proof.
The 1/4" bit magnetic driver in the plier handle is fairly good, but you'll have to carry a few bits in the sheath. The sheath does come with a 4-bit holder and a couple of bit. Edit: the handle has a bar that goes into a slot on the tools to lock them in place when they are deployed.
Thank you for the reply and picture, TP, TP, how are the wire cutters on the Skil version? Both of my Chinese tools, the Wrench Head and RealTree have cutters that don't really work on much. Maybe stout bailing wire, but they just bend electrical wire on mine.
If you get a chance, order one of the U.S. made MultiMaster tools. They make the Chinese made Kutmasters look pretty silly. Plus, it is pretty old-school.
Quote from: gerleatherberman on July 26, 2018, 03:15:11 PMIf you get a chance, order one of the U.S. made MultiMaster tools. They make the Chinese made Kutmasters look pretty silly. Plus, it is pretty old-school. that's for sure, like most MTs (SOGs, Gerbers, Schrade Tough...) the American versions do shine when compared to the overseas prpduced ones
Here is my Husky knockoff set. Saved my bacon a few times.
I was thinking maybe you could file a tiny bit off of the lock bar. Just a smidgen of course to allow the solid handle to be closer to the tool-filled handle.Does yours look like it could spare a little filing of the lockbar?
I have never seen a first run in the box. I have never seen an early one with packing. The older MMs had finer tips on the NN pliers than the newer ones. It's probably worth buying if it has fine tips and is NIB..IMO.