I’m a HUGE Leatherman fan. So when they introduced their MUT, I was all over it. A multi-tool designed just for guns? Sign me up! Now, it looks like Leatherman is taking notice of the MUT’s popularity and cranking out some firearm- and bow-specific tools.
Read all about it over at TTAK.
Suggestion: Don’t ever walk around San Francisco wearing a T-shirt that says “I’m a HUGE Leatherman fan”.
Aharon, I just literally had a belly laugh at that. Great way to start the day.
Good 🙂 I lived in San Francisco for too many years. It really twisted and warped my sense of humor beyond what was already twisted and warped thinking.
Too funny! Spit take all over the keyboard. Thank you.
gays wear leather hurrrrrrr
Not generally, no, but there is a subculture around it, which is highly active in San Francisco.
My girlfriend and I lived on opposite sides of Polk St. One night, walking back, I saw a guy wearing nothing but chaps.
I never understood guys who fear gays. I felt safer crossing Polk St than any other.
Polk Street in SF has great restaurants. Tai Chi near Broadway and Polk has the best Chinese General Chou’s Chicken anywhere.
I am also big fan of Leatherman. Leatherman Multi-Tool that finest fits your exploration, assignment or trade. It is the unique American multi-tools through a 25-year.
This Line of Gun / Bow Related Multi-tools is an only one of its kind multi-tool that each shooter wants in their gun carrier. The Gun Tool be capable of formulate the speedy repair that can keep a hunt or a tour to the range.
This Gun Tool is specially completed to fit which firearms? Is it for Rugar firearms? I thinks is specifically designed for rifles and shotguns into single compact.
Gun Holsters Unlimited
Is this comment some kind of computer generated gibberish, designed to evade spam filters? I think so. Where is the “flag as spam” link?
Scanned the post title really quick and thought it said “Letterman announces new line of gun / bow tie related tools.”
I was really looking forward to hearing how David Letterman has seen the light and joined Alan Gottlieb in the great quest to unite gun culture with bow-tie culture.
I really like Leatherman’s products, and I don’t wish to precipitate on the parade, but doesn’t Leatherman have a history of being unfriendly to gun rights?