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Mil-Tec Multi Tool – 12 Helpful Tools in One Handheld Unit

Mil-Tec Multi Tool

$16.95
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  • Mil-Tec Multi Tool – 12 Helpful Tools in One Handheld Unit Mil-Tec Multi Tool – 12 Helpful Tools in One Handheld Unit

Mil-Tec Multi Tool

The multi-tool, better known by its generic trademark "Leatherman," is a single tool that combines the function of a multitude of tools. It is like someone dumped a toolbox into a blender and the result was a single ingenious tool rather than a trip to the emergency room. Now you can experience the magic of the multi tool with the new Mil-Tec multi tool from Keepshooting.com. The Mil-Tec multi tool is everything you would expect from a multi tool. Combining a slew of tools in one sturdy frame, the Mil-Tec multi tool is sure to help you MacGyver your way out of any sticky situation. 

SKU:  MULTI-TOOL

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$16.95

As noted, a multi tool is any tool that combines several tools or functions into one single handheld unit. The idea of the multi tool is believed to date back to Ancient Rome, where the citizens used multi tools for eating. Of course, they would have looked very different from what we know as multi tools today.

The Swiss army knife is actually considered a multi tool and is one of the earliest contemporary designs. Today, many people associate the term multi tool with its generic trademark, "Leatherman." The Leatherman® was a multi tool originally developed in 1984 by Tim Leatherman. This model, unlike the Swiss army knife, incorporated a set of pliers in a balisong-style housing. Now, the market is flooded with similar designs, including the Mil-Tec multi tool.

There are not too many jobs that the Mil-Tec multi tool cannot handle. And rather than tell you about it in exquisite, exciting detail, I will just let the tool speak for itself. The Mil-Tec multi tool includes:

- Spring-loaded Pliers

- Wire cutters

- Large blade

- Small blade

- Large flathead screwdriver

- Medium flathead screwdriver

- Small flathead screwdriver

- Bottle opener

- Can opener

- Saw blade

- Ruler

- Phillips head screwdriver

Best of all, it is small enough to slip easily into a pocket. If you are not the pocket-having type, never fear. The Mil-Tec multi tool includes a mildew-resistant nylon sheath to house the multi tool. The sheath features a closure flap that is secured via Velcro® (another generic trademark) and a 2.75-inch belt loop.

So next time you decide to get marooned on a deserted island, make sure you remember to grab your Mil-Tec multi tool. It will make surviving the ordeal much easier considering you will probably not have a pallet for of duct tape at your disposal.

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Jerry 17/6/2012 17/6/201211:46 AM
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For the $$, the best value multi-tool I've seen
I collect multi-tools - ever since the first Leatherman appeared in the mid-80's. I've seen exceptionally good ones & really poor ones, and spent in excess of $100 for a few of them. In general, I've found that the "knock-offs" from China are amongst the worst of the bunch - they are typically poorly designed ergonomically, have pinch points & sharp edges, are made of poor quality steel, etc. So I was frankly shocked when I saw this tool, which is also made in China. It is well-designed ergonomically, has no pinch points, deploys easily, is easy & comfortable to use, and has no burrs or sharp edges. In short, its quality rivals tools costing 4-5X as much, while sacrificing nothing in functionality. I've also lost several expensive multi-tools in the field, which is painful when you've spent $75. or so for each. This tool, at a price point of $15, is inexpensive enough so that one needn't worry about a loss, yet retains all of the functionality necessary for daily carry. Buy it - you won't regret it. Better yet, buy several.
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