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RE: [at-l] Now what?
On 23-Jan-97 kahlena wrote:
>This was the first ever recorded unanymous answer to any gear question.
>Boy do I feel dumb. I had seen the GI style openers but thought they
>looked to flimsy to work. Now I have a couple of P-38's on order.
>But now I have to re-evaluate the knife. It's awful heavy...two blades
>and the opener. I really carried it because of the opener. So what's
>the unanymous verdict on a good knife to carry? SAR or multi-tool.
>And please remember how...frugal I am. Kahley
I carry a swiss army knife with two blades, a can opener, bottle opener,
scissors, and cork screw. I just weighed it and it's exactly 2 ounces.
Actually this is the pocket knife I always carry with me. It's small
and does everything I want. (You never know when you *really* need
to open that bottle of wine! :) When hiking, I use the blade and
scissors all the time. Very handy. There are many models of these
knives with more/less options. If I were to buy one just for hiking,
I'd get the smallest one I could find with a blade and scissors.
p.s. What's a p-38? I'm familiar with the Lockheed aircraft, but I doubt
that's what y'all are referring to...
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