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Looking to get a Multi-Tool

Multi-tool = knife, pliers, saw, etc etc.. And i don't want to get another cheap under $30 one again.. Know of any good ones? Needing one for Campin Season lol
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lmfao thanks it searched and nothing was found lmao
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lmfao thanks it searched and nothing was found lmao
Try it again.

I screwed up the search thing, LOL!

I guess I should try google too.
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Leatherman.
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Leatherman Charge TTI AP Camo Multi-Tool is the one i am gonna get lol

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/st...T&cmid=PP_P0_1
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get it right from the leatherman not bass pro


http://www.leathermanstore.com/?gcli...FQpuGgodXDWoCQ
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I got a leatherman wave. Awesome tool ill keep my eyes out for them at work got mine on clearance for $25 bucks.
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wasn't going to i was actually on ebay but i'll look at that link too.. just used probass for the picture lol
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Fenech where do u work? and do u get discount?
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Leatherman makes a good one. I had one.
Right now I have a Victorinox. I like that one more.
Alot of Marine Corps guys use Gerbers.
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Gerber FTW
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yeah Canadian Tire up here sells both Leathermans and Gerbers but i haven't see any that i actually like cause they don't see the Leatherman Charger TTi
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I have a Leatherman Fuse that I was given four of them a couple years ago, never have had a problem with them. One stays in hunting backpack, one in the truck, one in the photography backpack and the other sits on my desk at home....
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Should send me the one on ur desk
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Chris I work at a Big Kmart. In a few days when im in next ill see what the prices are on them. I think I was just lucky but you never know they may be cheap.
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Leatherman or Gerber FTW! EBAY EBAY EBAY!!! cheap deals!!!!





btw....my uncle used to be President of Gerber Knifes. /end random fact about my family. lol.
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you are a multi-tool chris... LOL J/K!
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touche ^^
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can't go wrong with either Leatherman or Gerber.
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Gah now I have to go find my leatherman Wave...been missing for a few months now...dammit
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lol i JUST bought a Leatherman Wave.. its in my hand and i am lovin it! Well worth the money as i am gonna find out lol
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x10 on the wave
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