July 14, 2006


Quite a few years ago, I bought a Bucktool, a very handy multi-tool, obviously made by Buck Knives... who also made the knife we used to play catch as young bright guys. Anyway, that multi-tool was sweet... until it disappeared, a few months back.

I was bummed... I used that thing for all kinds of jobs. As long as it didn't require alot of torque, it could do almost anything you needed. I'd used it to put in air conditioners, repair things around the house, cut rope, and used it to clean up some. The pliers were sweet, with a .001 feeler gauge having a tough time sliding through.

That's why the heavens are singing today, as I've found the bastard! Now I can finally pull those nose hairs...

Posted by That 1 Guy at July 14, 2006 10:35 AM | TrackBack

The thing about Buck is if you have just the case it came in, write & tell them you lost it or what ever happened to it. They will replace it. I lost a knife several years ago in Maine, I wrote & explained what happened, viola a new knife arrived a few weeks later. Somebody along the way told me they were a great company that cared about their product.

Posted by: tom Hindman at July 15, 2006 07:06 PM

Hell, I use my "multi-tool" to pull fish hooks out of fish... saves wear and tear on my delicate typin' thingies...

Buck... Have one of two knives, byt the MT's I have are just garden variety...

Hope you're havin' fun man...

Posted by: RedNeck at July 15, 2006 09:38 PM

I just realized that I have a Buck Knife. I got it as a groomsman present back in 1995. Needed it today when I ran over a rope with the mower. Still sharp.

Posted by: Jerry at July 16, 2006 03:02 PM