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    Did Admiral invent a multi tool????



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    Do you mean the Crescent-hammer tool?

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    sorry pics didnt post. fixed it...
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    Do they make a pink one for Mrs. A?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb882 View Post


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    If Admiral had invented it then it would consist of a main hammer head with several different sized hammer heads that unfolded from the handle. No need for any of those other gimmicky doohickeys!




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    Again, drawn to a thread for some reason. I may not have invented the hammer, pretty sure I didn't, but I may have invented a couple new 1-off uses for them.

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    Mel & a cohort awarded Mrs. Admiral, the pink hammer at Moab 2016...and the TW200 to me. Mel was even kind enough to give me the pink spray paint for touch-ups on the hammer as needed.

    As strange as it may sound, I do have a couple other hammers not shown.

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    Many years ago, a buddy of mine worked servicing copiers. He said there was one technician in his office that was a real hack job who everyone hated to follow after he had serviced a machine. One day, before this guy arrived at work, they emptied out his tool case and refilled it with every different sized hammer they could find, so when he arrived at his first customer call of the day and opened his tool case, all he found were about twenty different hammers !
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    My favorite multi-tool are fencing pliers which have no folding parts: Fence-Plier-Fence-Tool.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    My favorite multi-tool are fencing pliers which have no folding parts:
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    I was gonna post a picture of a Red Viking multi tool Gerry gave me which looks similar to this one except it has a hatchet too but I don’t have a picture.
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    And I too enjoy my "Fence Master". A tool from a bygone age.

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