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  1. bdcochran
    07-10-2011 11:29
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    So easy to carry I don't see why more people don't.

    The leatherman tools did not come about until 1983. I was 37 years old and didn't see one or handle one for another 20 years.

    Same thing applied to quality rifle scopes, range finders, forward scope mounts for rifles.

    The goals are: 1. keep up with technology so you are up the food chain; 2. research, research, research, 3. buy the better mousetrap when it comes along.

    I have now bought dozens of confiscated leathermen tools. I have them located every where and give them as gifts to relatives.

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