I just got a copy of this tool from Breezy (Thanks, Breezy!!!!)Mine is marketed as a Craftsman, though. It's marked as a U.S.A. made product.I thought I'd give a mini review.When I first opened it, I thought this tool might have potential as the best scissors of any MT. The tool is rather big for its weight (about 2 1/4 oz), but folds out into a substantial size, with great, ergonomic handles, and really thick blades, which inspire confidence. For fine cutting tasks, these scissors excel. Paper, cardboard, both corrugated and non-corrugated, PETE, and heavier gauge plastics all cut easily. The problem is when it comes to soft material, like Khaki, t-shirt, leather, or 550 paracord. The blades simply fold the material. So, on my scissor-test scale, they score a 9 (out of possible 18).One side of the tool has toothpick, tweezer, and removable nail file. The tweezers are the worst I've seen on a name brand product. I couldn't get them to grip a hair to pull. At all. The toothpick is a pointy plastic thing, and i'm sure it works fine, The nail file worked pretty well.The other tool handle has a combo cap lifter/small flathead, a slightly larger flathead, a very fine phillips, a small blade, and a lanyard loop. Three of the tools, the larger flathead, the philips, and the blade, will lock into place. Disengaging to lock requires opening another tool. For the size of the MT, the tools are short, and I find them to be in an awkward position. All of the tools (except the caplifter, which I didn't test) seem to work fine. The philips in particular was handy, fitting both small screws (like on the back of an old calculator) AND a #2 philips in a door jamb lock plate. Interesting tool, but too bulky for the tool selection, in my opinion.
While the blades on your ST2 might be too loose, the problem of blades pulling apart is one reason there are lefty and righty scissors to begin with.