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    I got a call out this afternoon from a friend whose truck had broken a hose and lost some of the coolant he was about 30 miles away so I loaded up a case of coolant and 10 gallons of water and a new hose. and headed out When I got there the repair only took a couple minutes and 5 gallons of the mixed coolant. He followed me to the house so we could unload some stuff.
    Then just before leaving he said I have something to give to the guy who seems to have almost everything else.
    This is what he gave me
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    Not exactly Thor's hammer but I've seen times when a small claw hammer this size was perfect for the task
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    plier,cutter
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    knife blade (Sharp as all heck), kind of a serrated saw like blade good for cutting through hoses, flat screw driver about the same as that of a TL29, the ubiquitous obligatory can opener/ bottle opener stronger than a P38
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    also a semblance of a file and a Philips screwdriver and small screw driver
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    Additionally it can be used as the ultimate hand gesture device just before you embed it into someone's body
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    I have owned this exact tool (minus the wooden scales) and a similar hammer based multitool that had fold out needle nose pliers. Both were dire but amusing to look at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    I have owned this exact tool (minus the wooden scales) and a similar hammer based multitool that had fold out needle nose pliers. Both were dire but amusing to look at.
    I own a multitude of different branded and not so branded multitools. Haven't bought any of them, well I do remember buying my Gerber and maybe 1 of the Leatherman tools.
    I often will have Such names as Smith& Wesson, Ruger, Winchester, Browning, or Remington in one or another of my pockets, any one of which have the capability of inflicting serious wounds to myself and quite possibly a level of lethality to another should I be so inclined. I try to keep all of the blades on them honed to as near surgical quality as possible



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