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    Long story short I met a veteran in Oregon and he gave me his p-38 as a gift.

    Maybe not my favorite or most used tool but it has a special place on my key ring.

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    Aaron, you’d be surprised at what I’ve used my P-38 for, it’s a can opener we know, but it’s a flat tip screwdriver, it’s a back scratcher, scraper, small pry bar, emergency communication device, very handy in torture situations, can cut rope with it, plus cool conversation piece for those who don’t know. Now for the church key, I drink Guiness so need one
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    This is in my GO Bag for camping and there’s another one in the glove compartment of the car.
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    Can't go wrong with anything Victorinox makes. My current tool of choice is a Leatherman Surge.
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    I use my multi-tool every single day multiple times so I have retired many. I don't know how I would get along without it. It would be like not having the use of my right hand ...oh wait...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    Aaron, you’d be surprised at what I’ve used my P-38 for, it’s a can opener we know, but it’s a flat tip screwdriver, it’s a back scratcher, scraper, small pry bar, emergency communication device, very handy in torture situations, can cut rope with it, plus cool conversation piece for those who don’t know. Now for the church key, I drink Guiness so need one
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    Quote Originally Posted by planeden View Post
    I had to Google it because I was wondering how anyone carried one.
    And here all this time I thought everyone was carrying one of these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVW View Post
    And here all this time I thought everyone was carrying one of these!

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    Yeah the Walther was what I thought also. I'd love to have one of those, Although it's more of a single use tool than a multi-tool
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
    Yeah the Walther was what I thought also. I'd love to have one of those, Although it's more of a single use tool than a multi-tool
    IDK, my P380 will put holes in paper, coke cans, spin little steel plates...can do a few different things. It is definitely not my favorite, though.
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    Ya but my p38 can cut throats too and it never runs out of ammo
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    Ya but my p38 can cut throats too and it never runs out of ammo
    There is that.
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