SM1001-CP

SOG MacV Multi-Tool - Hardcased Black

SOG MacV Multi-Tool - Hardcased Black
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$13.00
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MacV Multi-Tool - Hardcased Black

Whether you need to open a bottle, tighten a screw or nut, pry a staple out, cut fishing line, or touch up a blade on the go, the MacV Tool has what you need. Designed to resemble the original skull from the MACV-SOG group of which our company is named after since 1986, the MacV Tool is a versatile everyday carry, keychain tool that will prove handy in many situations. Best of all, it's already in your pocket.

Made out of durable 3Cr13 stainless steel, the one-piece design with hardcased black coating will last many years. The number of uses for a convenient tool like this is endless, especially when you take it everywhere you go as it also complies with TSA regulations.

It has twelve basic components: pry bar, bottle opener, small flathead driver, large flathead driver, small Phillips driver, line cutter, blade sharpener, 1/4" wrench, 5/16" wrench, 3/8" wrench, 1/4" hex bit driver, and lanyard/keychain hole.

Resembling the original skull from the MACV-SOG group of which SOG is named after, MacV Tool is a versatile everday carry, keychain tool with 12 components inlcluding: pry bar, bottle opener, small flathead screwdriver, large flathead screwdriver, small Phillips screwdriver, line cutter, blade sharpener, open & closed 1/4" hex bit driver, open 1/4" , 5/16" & 3/8" driver, and lanyard hole.

Features:
  • Multi-Tool
  • Hardcased Black
  • 1/4" Drive
  • Large Flat Screwdriver
  • Small Flat Screwdriver
  • Tool Count: 12
  • Blade Steel Type: 420
  • Bottle Opener
  • Philips Screwdriver
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SOG MacV Multi-Tool - Hardcased Black SM1001-CP SOG MACV MULTI-TOOL
$9.95
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