LEATHERMAN WINGMAN MULTI-TOOL  £31.96 incl. del and FREE ENGRAVING @ Facewest
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LEATHERMAN WINGMAN MULTI-TOOL £31.96 incl. del and FREE ENGRAVING @ Facewest

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Found 3rd Mar 2012
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This is the 'urban' version with scissors and box cutter , there is a version called Sidekick with woodsaw and straightblade.

Any boy , man or manchild ( or anything with impending stubble) will fancy one of these

About £7 quid cheaper than Amazon cheapest legit i can find

It is not a creepy black /military finish so social nannies will not be threatened - but the blade is 'locking action' and 66mm long . you must know your rights and be educated, if you carry this device in public - google now and educate , to avoid forum haters below.............
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Not seen this model before........ must resist.

http://www.facewest.co.uk/pp/leatherman2/AW11/Leatherman-Wingman/Leatherman-Wingman-M1.jpg
But I like the creepy black /military finish......
They also have this "creepier" version for the same price:

http://www.facewest.co.uk/pp/leatherman2/images09/Leatherman-Freestyle/Leatherman-Freestyle.jpg
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cb-uk

But I like the creepy black /military finish......



Excellant

I have a mission for you ...............

Go and patrol all the Smasung Mobile deals and when you see Ray Davies or … Go and patrol all the Smasung Mobile deals and when you see Ray Davies or EPICVIBE you know what you have to do.....................

Shame it's a locking blade so it doesn't conform with the nanny state false sense of security laws, before anyone argues that, you can quite easily kill or do serious damage with a 1 inch blade, locking or not and almost anything can be used as a weapon. The law is pathetic.
So, can you keep one of these in your case for general maintenance etc? Can be handy to have cutting objects around.
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dar72

Shame it's a locking blade so it doesn't conform with the nanny state … Shame it's a locking blade so it doesn't conform with the nanny state false sense of security laws, before anyone argues that, you can quite easily kill or do serious damage with a 1 inch blade, locking or not and almost anything can be used as a weapon. The law is pathetic.



I have done triage in a big city A$E ward ( and i have taken the next of kin details from an alert man with a knife buried deep in his chest)

The question the police , resus S.H.O. or on-call surgeon all ask ...............

"How long was the weapon" or "How the tall the railing" etc etc

So it it cuts both ways (_;)

COCO
I_SHOULD_COCO

I have done triage in a big city A$E ward ( and i have taken the next of … I have done triage in a big city A$E ward ( and i have taken the next of kin details from an alert man with a knife buried deep in his chest) The question the police , resus S.H.O. or on-call surgeon all ask ..............."How long was the weapon" or "How the tall the railing" etc etcSo it it cuts both ways (_;)COCO



And how deep are the arteries... ;). It's slashes that are most effective, not stabs.

The point is, like with firearms laws, the criminals will always have them, laws like the knife laws just criminalise people that want to be self-sufficiant.

Also, for those of us with the training to take knives off people, the smaller the blade, the more difficult it is to take off someone, i'd rather someone come at me with a machete than a razor blade, you can't get the same type of leverage on a smaller blade.

I'm trained in military martial arts and i'd never use a knife as a weapon, a knife is a tool, not a weapon, there's a lot of disadvantages to using a knife as a weapon, as the last person that pulled one on me found out.
Edited by: "dar72" 3rd Mar 2012
dar72

And how deep are the arteries... ;). It's slashes that are most … And how deep are the arteries... ;). It's slashes that are most effective, not stabs.The point is, like with firearms laws, the criminals will always have them, laws like the knife laws just criminalise people that want to be self-sufficiant.Also, for those of us with the training to take knives off people, the smaller the blade, the more difficult it is to take off someone, i'd rather someone come at me with a machete than a razor blade, you can't get the same type of leverage on a smaller blade.I'm trained in military martial arts and i'd never use a knife as a weapon, a knife is a tool, not a weapon, there's a lot of disadvantages to using a knife as a weapon, as the last person that pulled one on me found out.



LMFAO........ Thanks for that.
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I am preparing for my next knife fight

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COCO
"It is not a creepy black /military finish"
Actually those are the best, they were sold from 70 to 95 USD different models in US military bases (no taxes) This looks more like a light version.
also with the military ones you get a belt case
Or order from Amazon.com for £23.75 including import fees deposit ($6) that you'll more than likely end up getting refunded after 60 days.

Takes 8-12 days to arrive.
This one is even better and creepier. Plus, you can also use it to disarm IEDs, which is handy if you live somewhere with a local insurgent presence (like Liverpool)

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41Xugz%2B36fL.jpg

Linky: Serious Leatherman Tool For Real Bird-Pulling
Speaking as an ex-police officer, obviously people are referring to the sharply bladed articles law under the criminal justice act regarding if a blade can be locked into place or is over 3 inches long.

Under the offensive weapons law however a person could be just about to use a pillow to smother someone and that would be deemed and offensive weapon so its all about intent and the reason for having it on them.

A police officer carrying his ASP home off duty would equally be breaking the law the same as a chef carrying a set of knives. The CS gas is considered a firearm.
cb-uk

This one is even better and creepier. Plus, you can also use it to disarm … This one is even better and creepier. Plus, you can also use it to disarm IEDs, which is handy if you live somewhere with a local insurgent presence (like Liverpool) ;)Linky: Serious Leatherman Tool For Real Bird-Pulling



Looks and the name sounds like a Transformer (the robot, not the electrical device )
Banned
Dar72 are you Bruce lee
I think he's a sort of a cross between Bruce Lee, Rambo, and Andy McNab.
Biker Jeff

I think he's a sort of a cross between Bruce Lee, Rambo, and Andy McNab.



Maybe Chuck Norris has met his match?
thabiz

Maybe Chuck Norris has met his match?



And perhaps even Jayson Staythamm?
There used to be this guy that used my local pub, total bull******, he always wore camouflaged jackets & stuff and reckoned he was in the SAS. He would disappear for a few days at a time, probably went camping or summat.
He'd then turn up a few days later and come out with stuff like.... "We lost three men last weekend, but i cant really talk about it"
Funny as feck.
Biker Jeff

There used to be this guy that used my local pub, total bull******, he … There used to be this guy that used my local pub, total bull******, he always wore camouflaged jackets & stuff and reckoned he was in the SAS. He would disappear for a few days at a time, probably went camping or summat.He'd then turn up a few days later and come out with stuff like.... "We lost three men last weekend, but i cant really talk about it"Funny as feck.



Do you share the same local as Chris Ryan, then?
Yeah maybe it was him.... the first gulf war was on at that time.

Chortle.
sideysid

Speaking as an ex-police officer, obviously people are referring to the … Speaking as an ex-police officer, obviously people are referring to the sharply bladed articles law under the criminal justice act regarding if a blade can be locked into place or is over 3 inches long.Under the offensive weapons law however a person could be just about to use a pillow to smother someone and that would be deemed and offensive weapon so its all about intent and the reason for having it on them. A police officer carrying his ASP home off duty would equally be breaking the law the same as a chef carrying a set of knives. The CS gas is considered a firearm.



But a chef carrying his knives home would not necessarily be breaking the law. There is a defence of reasonableness, and it's reasonable for someone to carry the tools of his trade.
@ Biker Jeff

Lol! There used to be a chap round here who, we discovered at his funeral (heart attack, nothing exciting I'm afraid), really WAS in the SAS in the Seventies, yet he just looked like an insurance man. Charming old boy actually.
Naxos

@ Biker JeffLol! There used to be a chap round here who, we discovered … @ Biker JeffLol! There used to be a chap round here who, we discovered at his funeral (heart attack, nothing exciting I'm afraid), really WAS in the SAS in the Seventies, yet he just looked like an insurance man. Charming old boy actually.



Well thats just it isn't it.... anyone who is, or was, in the special forces wouldn't go around constantly bragging about it.
I know there's the few that have wrote books about it...... but they risked their life, and i wouldn't begrudge them making a few bob from writing about it.
Biker Jeff

Well thats just it isn't it.... anyone who is, or was, in the special … Well thats just it isn't it.... anyone who is, or was, in the special forces wouldn't go around constantly bragging about it.I know there's the few that have wrote books about it...... but they risked their life, and i wouldn't begrudge them making a few bob from writing about it.



I bet those guys have the tool with the creepy black finish. Case closed!
@GDB2222, you are quite correct in the fact of reason, although what I was referring to is if in an example the chef had his knives next to him/her in the car seat, rather than in the boot, same goes for carpenters etc.

The reason then comes into question, the same as a police officer should do carrying around his belt off duty.
I am looking for the leatherman that takes the screwdriver bits. previously had a leatherman and the quality of the build/steel was excellent.
I am a sheep farmer I don't want to talk about.
I could do with one of these when out on ops.
First rule of Sheep farmin - don't talk about sheep farming
itsjonboyok

I am a sheep farmer I don't want to talk about. I could do with one of … I am a sheep farmer I don't want to talk about. I could do with one of these when out on ops. First rule of Sheep farmin - don't talk about sheep farming



Second rule of sheep farming, never leave home without your wellies and ALWAYS wear a condom.

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