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Converting my Wife!

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Yo Mama, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Member

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    Finally happened! I'm so proud. Through the holidays and opening the kids presents with my Leatherman, Wife says you should get me one of these. :)

    Me: Really? You'd carry a Leatherman? You know they are heavy (trying to see if she is serious)

    Her: Yes, this thing has been really useful.

    We are ordering the wingman as I have the sidekick and love it.

    Finally, my Wife will be carrying a knife!
     
  2. hso

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    Huzzah!
     
  3. guzzi

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    Oh Oh

    Next she will be looking at a CCW purse, extra mags, and a "Flash Bang" bra.

    You sir are a luck man.

    I know of these things due to my wife and her girl buddies doing all that.
     
  4. Dr. Sandman

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    Just don't convert your neighbors wife, that's against the 10 commandments.
     
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    Like I tell all my 1911 and muzzleloader enthusiast buds, don't convert ANYTHING on her until you've had out to the range a few times.
     
  6. AJumbo

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    ..... and don't get anywhere near her with a Dremel!
     
  7. bainter1212

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    I got my wife a leatherman to replace her knockoff broken swiss army knife this christmas. She said she didn't want a Leatherman because "they're too big". Found out Leatherman makes some very nice compact multi tools. I bought her one and it is smaller than her old knife, and more useful to boot.
     
  8. Yo Mama

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    She's been carrying in her purse every day, and I'm much happier knowing she has some basic tools to use.

    The Sidekick came very very very stiff, but with a bit of work is smooth. The package opener is my favorite tool that is lacking on the Wingman. As I have both models, now I may mix and match! Now I may get her an Olight I2, small little flashlight that has been amazing.
     
  9. gazpacho

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    The standard nylon web sheath that most (larger) leatherman come with have elastic sides. Its actually two layer, and in between you can stick other tools. In mine, I carry a Gerber Tempo flashlight on one side, and a Spacepen in the other.

    Since this little ensemble is part of my EDC (every day carry), that means I always have a multitool, flashlight and ink pen available to me.

    Enjoy you new leathermen!
     
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