With the current issues plaguing pretty well the entire planet right now, it seems like as good a time as any for a serious project here at Multitool.org. With that in mind, we have decided to start up the Ultimate Multitool Timeline, which will be an amazing resource for anyone who wants to learn about Swiss Army Knives, Multitools, the companies that produce them, and any other related information.
We can’t deny it anymore- our world has changed.
The big question is, how has your EDC changed to go along with it? With many of us being largely housebound, do you need less options in your Every Day Carry, or, are you carrying more because now you finally have time to look at that Honey Do list that you have been avoiding since you didn’t have time before?
As I write this we are mere hours away from the opening of the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoors Tradeshow, sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and known to most people as SHOT. For those not familiar with SHOT, it is the world's largest tradeshow for military, law enforcement, hunting, shooting and general outdoors products. It features new items from manufacturers big and small, and is my absolute favorite time of year!
This year, our own Multitool Meg will be providing coverage from the show floor, first hand and live, and you can follow it all right here on our own forum. We have started an Events Index to help you find all the updates you need and want from SHOT 2020.
Some other links you may want to keep an eye on are our various social media accounts, so like, follow and share all of our cool stuff at these links:
That's about it for now- I suggest checking back often as we will be updating all of the above as it happens.
One of the few benefits of being me (and there are very few!) is that occasionally someone will design something cool and contact me to have a closer look at it. This happened recently when Adrian from damneddesigns.com contacted me and asked me to have a look at some of his designs. Naturally, I was intrigued- read on to see what I got and what I thought.
Despite being a recent entry in our world, the Roxon KS may seem familiar to some. It should. We've seen the crisp design elements, tanto blade, and monster scissors before. Bearing an undeniable resemblance to its chubbier sibling, let's take a closer look at the S501.