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My EDC is a Titanium handled (NOT Aluminum) Columbia River Knife and Tool- Ken Onion  VEFF edged Ripple they are on the higher end of CRKT for $160 They are discontinued I have a few available for sale Brand New add $3.99 for shipping

The Veff Edge is a radical serration and once you own one ,you will want them on every knife you've own!

Tom and I have become very good friends...

 

 

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My EDC. 40 years of reaming copper tubing, scraping gaskets, stripping wire, tightening screws, taking things apart and putting them together. Oh and cutting stuff too. Nuttin fancy and didn't cost $300 so I wouldn't have been devastated if I lost it when I worked for a living. But would be now as it's retired to the top draw of my tool box. An original Imperial electrician knife like it I've seen go for as much as $12 on Ebay! 

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1 hour ago, Downtownv said:

There's no way I would ever use a knife without a GREAT locking mechanism PERIOD end of sentence.

 

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I did something similar but to a lesser extent. Since then I only carry fixed blades. 

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I have a Leatherman Skeletool CX and it's been worth every penny (got it for ~$70). It's light, well-made, comfortable, has a quality blade, and the tools I typically need at work. I'm a physical therapist who works in various nursing homes throughout the state.  The blade is great for cutting tennis balls to put on the bottom of walkers, opening/breaking down boxes, and I've even used it to make a new belt hole for a patient who had lost weight.  The pliers are excellent for fixing the brakes on rollators (4-wheeled walkers with bicycle-style brakes and a seat). The screwdriver has come in handy tightening wheelchair armrests and rollator brake handles. It's also nice to know I have a weapon - just in case. I've used it for a few odd jobs around the house too when I was too lazy to go down to the basement for a specific tool.  Overall, I've found that Leatherman makes quality products and I'd definitely recommend the Skeletool CX.

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I got about 9 available for sale:

2 revs NIB $40 + $2.99 shipping

4 micros $15  Stainless pre owned but great condition Free shipping

1 micros $15 Blue Micarta pre owned but great condition Free shipping

1 Rebar w case NIB $65 + $2.99 shipping

1 CS $20  Stainless pre owned but great condition Free shipping

 

pm for details...

 

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1 minute ago, Downtownv said:

I got about 9 available for sale:

2 revs NIB $40 + $2.99 shipping

4 micros $15  Stainless pre owned but great condition Free shipping

1 micros $15 Blue Micarta pre owned but great condition Free shipping

1 Rebar w case NIB $65 + $2.99 shipping

1 CS $20  Stainless pre owned but great condition Free shipping

 

pm for details...

 

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On 7/22/2018 at 10:25 AM, SmittyMHS said:

My EDC. 40 years of reaming copper tubing, scraping gaskets, stripping wire, tightening screws, taking things apart and putting them together. Oh and cutting stuff too. Nuttin fancy and didn't cost $300 so I wouldn't have been devastated if I lost it when I worked for a living. But would be now as it's retired to the top draw of my tool box. An original Imperial electrician knife like it I've seen go for as much as $12 on Ebay! 

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My work gave me a Klein wire stripper/folding knife.  Total junk

Great tool company, horrible knife maker.

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On 9/15/2018 at 6:19 PM, TripleD said:

I have a Leatherman Skeletool CX and it's been worth every penny (got it for ~$70). It's light, well-made, comfortable, has a quality blade, and the tools I typically need at work. I'm a physical therapist who works in various nursing homes throughout the state.  The blade is great for cutting tennis balls to put on the bottom of walkers, opening/breaking down boxes, and I've even used it to make a new belt hole for patient who had lost weight.  The pliers are excellent for fixing the brakes on rollators (4-wheeled walkers with bicycle-style brakes and a seat). The screwdriver has come in handy tightening wheelchair armrests and rollator brake handles. It's also nice to know I have a weapon - just in case. I've used it for a few odd jobs around the house too when I was too lazy to go down to the basement for a specific tool.  Overall, I've found that Leatherman makes quality products and I'd definitely recommend the Skeletool CX.

I got about 9 available for sale:

2 revs NIB $35 + $2.99 shipping

 

pm for details...

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Been carrying the Skeletool for about 8 years and i love it. It’s never failed me in any situation and it’s not so expensive that when i had to replace it ( left it somewhere like an idiot) it doesn’t hurt the wallet.

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It’s tough as I’m in and out of courts all day during the week. On weekends and weekdays where I can I carry a gerber air ranger. I’ve had it for well over 10 years and used it for various applications.  Blade keeps a good edge and it’s nevr let me down. 

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