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Leatherman Celebrates The ORIGINAL Survival Tool | Shot Show 2018

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Leatherman has been around for 35 years this year, so they are re-releasing the original Survival Tool that Tim Leatherman built, as well as giving a focus to the Wave (which has been around for 20 years). The leather sheaths are excellent – really nice and old-school- check them out!

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8 thoughts on “Leatherman Celebrates The ORIGINAL Survival Tool | Shot Show 2018

  1. Another disappointing year from Leatherman. I think they’ve run out of ideas. I wish people could order a custom multi tool, then get all the tools they want, & need. Sure, it would be more expensive, but at least you wouldn’t have those “useless tools “ you never use.

  2. I have the original Leatherman I got back in 91 while in the service for like $35. Love the tool. I took it to an engraving shop to have my name engraved on it. Guy thought it was a switchblade.

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