Multi Tools - what are you using?

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Re: Multi Tools - what are you using?

#31 Post by Bovril »

Thank you.
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Re: Multi Tools - what are you using?

#32 Post by dromia »

There is a forum for posting about Gunshop experiences Bovril, called "Gunshops".

Be aware Bovril that misposts will be removed.
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#33 Post by Bovril »

dromia wrote:Be aware Bovril that misposts will be removed.
I'm slightly concerned that I have inadvertently done something wrong here. I asked for clarification to make sure that I don't step out of line but think I have somehow managed this for another reason that I can't fathom! I was going to PM for clarity rather than post a reply here but that option is not available to me.
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#34 Post by dromia »

You have done nothing wrong that I know of, just clarifying the forums conventions for you.

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#35 Post by Bovril »

Many thanks, Christel messaged me to say the same. I'm clearly a bit paranoid about rocking the boat as a new member! Thanks for the clarification.
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#36 Post by TRG-22 »

christel wrote:
Bovril wrote:Is there a ban on advertising (or even linking) non approved suppliers here? I'd like to know just in case I fall foul of posting them when it's not permitted.
No, there isn't. Post away to your heart's content.
That's what I did. :cry:

dromia wrote:There is a forum for posting about Gunshop experiences Bovril, called "Gunshops".

Be aware Bovril that misposts will be removed.
The business I wanted to recommend sells camping goods, multi-tools, knives, torches. No guns. :cry: :cry:
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Re: Multi Tools - what are you using?

#37 Post by dromia »

If you have an issue then I suggest that you ask us off forum rather than bore everyone with you continual whinging about the boards.

What you say will change nothing here so get used to how it is on Full-Bore UK and live with or go and find somewhere more to your liking.
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Re: Multi Tools - what are you using?

#38 Post by Cornish-Viking »

Not a big user of multi-tools but that doesn't mean I could resist a cheeky purchase. I keep cost down and went for a Gerber MP600. Its a nice just incase.... in the range bag.
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#39 Post by mpblytma »

Leatherman Wave, gets plenty of use on the range sorting out one thing or other!
Also experimented with disabling the locking as previously discussed. A dab of glue on the spring did it for me, and can be removed with a heat gun when not encumbered by silly laws...
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#40 Post by Plumose »

mpblytma wrote:Leatherman Wave, gets plenty of use on the range sorting out one thing or other!
Also experimented with disabling the locking as previously discussed. A dab of glue on the spring did it for me, and can be removed with a heat gun when not encumbered by silly laws...
What glue do you use for that?
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