Just wanted to point out that the 'flat' philips screwdriver is perfect for
the screws on the Photon lights.
I've had my miniBuck tool since 1998, used it on my thruhike and still carry
it with me on my keychain. Lost the "sheath" that came with it though and
wish I had it back. It keeps the knife a bit cleaner and keeps it from
opening when jostled in a tote bag.
FWIW, the joints on my tool are still stiff and there has been no
discernable loosening since I bought the knife.
I still like the knife and have no plans to replace it with anything else at
P.S. Peggy, Can you add the company name, Buck Knives, to your report and
the URL, http://www.buckknives.com/
, as well? Check your other Owner
report, too - this info might have been missing there as well. Thanks, Mara
>From: Peggy Dodson <leonata@...>
>Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 13:19:09 -0700 (PDT)
>by Peggy Dodson
>...It has a protective
>rubber sheath which fits very tightly and is often
>very difficult to remove.
>weakness of the tool are the rivets that it swivels
>upon. I had the opportunity at one point to examine a
>floor model that had seen a lot of handling, and the
>rivets had become very loose. The result was that the
>tool did not want to stay closed anymore when folded.
>Some might see other drawbacks in this tool in some of
>the very virtues that I have described. ...
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