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Murse, Man bag, Organizer, we have all heard the terms that have been used to describe the accessory that many men have been carrying the last few years. Something that people fail to realize as they poke a bit of fun at those who carry a bag is that throughout humanitie’s development men throughout the world have carried a bag as a means of transporting what they felt were necessities.
I first saw these at SHOT last year while meeting with Rick Case, owner of Nite Ize, and I was intrigued by the concept. It's one of those simple things that apparently no one has thought of, despite being so obvious!
I'd like to use this space for a moe if I may- It's Movember, which means it's time to raise some funds for Cancer research. All the details can be found here:
Members on Multitool.org, led by Mat Sullivan, have put together a Multi Moustache Growing Team, and we could use all the support we can get! Log in to our team page or the general page and look for MultiMoe in the teams and give till it hurts!
I'll be posting my personal progress once a week in the SAKtivity section, but you'll be able to track the whole team's progress at http://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,23875.0.html
With computers dominating the world nowadays, one may think that the humble SAK, and us dinosaurs that use them, may be obsolete. I beg to differ, and here's the proof.
It seems that we always talk about New Rangers these days, but what about the Old Rangers? They were never imported in significant numbers to the North American market, with a few more making it into Canada than in the US, so they provide a n interesting challenge for collectors.
We almost managed to get a month without a new ALOX model, but at the last minute, this pretty blue ALOX Electrician Plus arrived at my door!