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A well thought-out portable tool.

This is a discussion on A well thought-out portable tool. within the Personal Protection, Gear, Mods, Accessories forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Below is a link to what is known as "The Pistol Tool." They sell themselves short. When I first saw the tool I made a ...

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    A well thought-out portable tool.

    Below is a link to what is known as "The Pistol Tool." They sell themselves short.

    When I first saw the tool I made a mental note of all the things I needed to service if the electric power went out. Lots of guys buy tools that need batteries or plug into a wall, and you need a full complement of tools, all clipped together.

    I'm buying one of these, Blue Ridge Knives already has one on the way to me.

    http://online.blueridgeknives.com/pr...42/pistol-tool

    https://www.amazon.com/Real-Avid-Pis.../dp/B0769ZV6WG
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    Real Avid makes good stuff. I've got their AR tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Real Avid makes good stuff. I've got their AR tool.
    Good to know with your recommendation.

    My dad literally had every tool, drill press, table-saw and lathe in his own personal workshop. Oh, I'm covered with the "knives issue," but I'm not really yet a prepper so I don't know if I'm collecting the necessary things.

    Thank you for the information.
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    great to know

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