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Username Post: What's a multi-tool to you?        (Topic#943312)
Mission Knives and Tools
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01-02-17 07:43.29 - Post#2628145    



What do you guys consider to be a multi-tool?
What are some things you do and don't like to be featured on it?



Here's a Mission MEC-TI CARD, it is an Emergency survival card that is completely made from titanium, 3 inches wide and 1 1/12 tall! It has been heat treated, with a thickness of .125", it also includes two widgets for bolts, one is metric sized and the other is standard. Also, has a shackle installed with a pry point, serrations, screwdriver, blunt tip, and a hole for the lanyard attachment.

What are your thoughts on the MEC-TI Card?
What do you like? What don't you like about it?

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wescobts
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01-10-17 10:14.08 - Post#2628220    


    In response to Mission Knives and Tools

Well......

not a fan.

I kind of think in the traditinal sense along the lines of the Leatherman/swisstool/gerb er pliers, knife blade, saw, phillips and flat.
I see the cards can do nuts, and has a sharpened edge and even has a flathead.I am also well aware of the weight and size. Im not cerrtain the amount of torque you could really apply. I know some where out there people use them, but honestly i'll just carry my LM or SAK.

Edited by wescobts on 01-10-17 10:14.29. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 


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