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Gerber Multi-Plier 800 Legend[SIZE=-1] [/SIZE]
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[SIZE=-1]1 - Stainless steel jaw 2/3 - Tungsten carbide steel wire cutter inserts. Rotatable and replaceable.
4 - Spring assisted jaw opening for ease of use.
5 - Gator TEX grips
6 - Weather resistant handles
7 - Patented saw coupler with replaceable RemGrit blade
8 - Ergonomic grip
9 - Locking tools: only one comes out at a time
10 - One-handed opening knife blade
11 - Lightweight Aerospace handle material
12 - One-hand opening FISKAR scissors
13 - Field adjustable axle fastener
14 - Small, medium and large flat screwdrivers
15 - Bottle opener
16 - Phillips / pozi driver
17 - Medium / coarse file
18 - Ballistic sheath[/SIZE]


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The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) only need an hammer and a pair of pliers. Because if you can’t pull it out, then knock it in.

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I like Bombardier kniff.
 
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I like this one!

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Modern Military Khukuri Style

This is the style currently used by Gorkha forces. The standard specifications are 15" long with a mass of about 600 g. A similar knife is issued in the Nepalese Army. The Nepalese Army knife is somewhat smaller, at about 13" and 500 g

Info from Khukuri

Great site showing examples of Khukuri knives used dating back to WW1
 

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