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Common sense

Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by tikkidaddy, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. tikkidaddy


    Jan 1, 2012
    edc SAK as addition to bug out survival 2 use w/leatherman
  2. SAKsRCool

    SAKsRCool Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 2, 2007
    Is that one of those Motivational posters?
  3. mg357


    May 31, 2012
    i think it would be a good idea the sak can do the jobs that the leatherman can not be used for. The leatherman can be used for jobs that the sak can't do.
  4. tikkidaddy


    Jan 1, 2012
    I am looking 4 a SAK with a longer common sense blade and everyday tools as opposed to the little gadget additives one couldnt use in a outdoor survival/camp type ordeal. Im not critical of SAKS...i love them as a collector...but im not Les Stroud..need a bigger saw etc..
  5. L. Richard

    L. Richard

    Dec 20, 2006
    Trailmaster or Trekker?
  6. Mahoney


    Mar 8, 2006
    SAKs and Multitools pair well, that way you can hold the nut with the multitool while tightening the machine screw with the driver blade of the SAK. Look for a series of implements that will complement each other...i.e. my swisstool does not have a corkscrew, but the SAK does....
  7. 1066vik

    1066vik Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 28, 2009
    SAK Forrester -- locking main blade, larger saw, locking cap lifter/screwdriver, awl...
    (yes, very similar to the Trekker)
    since I already EDC the Huntsman and the Forrester is basically an oversized version of that only without the scissors...
  8. tikkidaddy


    Jan 1, 2012
    great ideas...thanx...i couldnt live w/out my sog power-lock, finding the right SAK to go w/ it is a no brainer
  9. Humppa

    Humppa Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 25, 2010
    I have a Vic Forester for work at the building lot, beside a Case Soddie or any other slipjoint. The locking blade is nice and the handle size make it nice for longer working terms. It is also nice for outdoor tasks.

    Kind regards

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