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WTS Leatherman Mut tool, brand new w/ molle sheath

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Want to sell this brand new Leatherman Mut tool. Leatherman designed this tool for the Military and LE for working on AR,s. I picked this up last summer and never got around to using it. Comes with box, manual, desert tan molle sheath and wrench. These sell in stores new for around $150. Specs can be found on Leathermans website

 

I am selling it for $95.00 shipped. First person who says they will take it followed by a pm gets it.

Check or money order only please. I do not have paypal.

I can also meet the buyer at RTSP for a face to face sale.

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Here is a list of tools for the Mut.

Needlenose Pliers, Regular Pliers, 154CM Replaceable wire Cutters, 154CM Replaceable Hard Wire Cutters,

Stranded Wire Cutters, Electrical Crimper, 420HC Combo Knife, Saw, Hammer, Replaceable Cutting Hook,

Bolt Overide Tool, Replaceable Firearm Dissasembly Punch, Replaceable Bronze Carbon Scraper,

Cleaning Rod/Brush Adapter, Carabiner Bottle Opener, Large Bit Driver, 1/2" Wrench, 3/8" Wrench.

 

Features: Removable Titanium Pocket clip, Stainless steel body, All Locking Tools and Blades, Desert Tan Molle Sheath, Stainless

Steel Handles, Black Oxide Version, 25 Year Warranty, Bit Kit: Phillips #1-2, and 3/16" Screwdriver, Phillips #2 and 1/4" Screwdriver, Torx #15 and Hex 7/64th.

Made In the USA.

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