As the founder of Multitool.org Grant has been a collector of Swiss Army Knives and multitools for over 25 years, and a user for over 40 years.
With a day job working in the field, either out in the woods or on industrial sites, Grant uses tools every day for all manner of different purposes.
Today we look at a very special Swiss Army Knife- a version of the Wenger Evo 14 with Soft Touch or Tactile scales.
Every day I write something cool about the tool I've posted, but there really isn't much to say about Leatherman's Squirt P4 other than "it's a good tool and it works."
We don't like to promote knockoffs, fakes and copies, and this blatant rip off of the Leatherman Tread is no exception.
Tool designs keep getting more and more complex with fancier options locking mechanisms, materials and so on, but the Gerber Prybrid shows us that simple designs shouldn't be overlooked!
One of several variants in my collection, this Wenger was originally called the Mini Grip and was later called the Pocket Grip.
Those who remember Scibeer Bill and have seen his work up close will agree- the man was a knife modifying legend! Look at those hand peened pins!
We talk an awful lot about Swiss Army Knives around here, but what is going on in the US? Well, there's this USMC Milk knife from Imperial- how's that?
This Victorinox model is not a Swiss Army Knife as it has no knife, or indeed any of the tools normally found on a typical Swiss Army style knife!
Multitools come in all different shapes, sizes and functions- like this KeySmart Pro, which, as you can see is well used!
We see a lot of tools oriented to military and emergency workers, but what about a tool dedicated to having a good time? For that, you need the Triple Play from Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT).