POLL: what is your favorite multitool and why?

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What is your favorite multitool and why? Which ones should be avoided and why?

-- biker (y2kbiker@hotmail.com), October 11, 1999


SOG powerpliers in my option is one of the strongest on the market. Had mine for two years and no problems.

-- butch (bbmit@hotmail.com), October 11, 1999.

My Glock 40.

-- The (best@tool.going), October 11, 1999.

The lowly bobby pin for reasons to numerous to list!

-- Sammie (sammie0x@hotmail.com), October 12, 1999.

The Leatherman Wave -- because it works good.

-- Dean -- from (almost) Duh Moines (dtmiller@midiowa.net), October 12, 1999.

The Swiss Army, because of its locking blades.

-- Pinkrock (aphotonboy@aol.com), October 12, 1999.

Gerber 600 "Archer" with removable/replacable sabre saw blade plus kit of driver bits and an arrow nocker. http://www.gerberblades.com/prod.html?sku=07584 as recommended on Ron Hoods Weapons video at www.survival.com (I also bought an Anaconda after seeing Ron's coment on it.)

-- Dennis Law (PaulLaw@aol.com), October 12, 1999.

My swiss army knife. I find that I use the scissors and corkscrew the most...

-- Mad Monk (madmonk@hawaiian.net), October 13, 1999.

The Victronix (Swiss Army) because it has rounded edges that don't dig into your hands and it is strong enough to do barbed wire fencing duty.

-- Steve Cooper (stephanf@codenet.net), October 13, 1999.

My mossberg 590 great for hunting and protection.Anything from squirrels to humans.

-- zoobie (zoobiezoob@yahoo.com), October 14, 1999.

Leatherman Supertool in a nylon sheath with a Mini-Maglite on my belt and a Victorinox Swiss Army knife (the only type regardless of what Wegner Co. says) on a lanyard in my pocket opposite the side the Leatherman is on. Had 3 Leatherman's so far (gave one to my son) and all have worked superbly. Lost one, the other is a spare. Got the Supertool/Minimaglite/sheath combo at Costco for about $50.


-- Don Kulha (dkulha@vom.com), October 14, 1999.

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