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    8 In 1 Mini Multi Scoop Tool

    I am selling this item as a private seller and this sale is in no way the responsibility of NaturalBushcraft.co.uk or any of its moderators. I promise to use this area to sell unwanted kit, not to repeatedly list similar items in the pursuit of profit.

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    Maplin Essentials 8-in-1 Mini Multi Scoop

    Functions include bottle opener, fork, three spanner sizes 6, 8, 10mm, slot screwdriver and spoon
    Complete with "D" ring carabineer
    Manufactured from steel
    Overall size 100 x 57 x 1.8mm

    I have some of these for sale on ebay (ebay number 122054927514) but as a way of putting a bit back in to bushcraft,
    the first 2 people to post the correct answer to the question wins one each.

    Q. who made/used this early multi tool?

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    Natural Born Bushcrafter Woody's Avatar
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    That's amazing , looking at the ornamental design looks Mayan .

    But I think I've seen this before in a book somewhere and its screaming " Roman " at me , so I think I'll go with Roman.....

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    I'd say Roman too.

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    correct, pm addresses and I'll post your winnings
    you're only young once, but immaturity lasts for ever
    4 out of 3 people struggle with maths
    there are 10 types of people, those who understand binary and those who don't

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    roman indeed and very well made I'd say
    you're only young once, but immaturity lasts for ever
    4 out of 3 people struggle with maths
    there are 10 types of people, those who understand binary and those who don't

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    Natural Born Bushcrafter Woody's Avatar
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    Yay. 👍
    Thank you Surplus 6.

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    Great, thanks very much indeed.

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    I like the old one its a pipe tool. Although why someone has fitted a fork and spoon is beyond me! The modern one I think CRKT make a very similar one.

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    hello Surplus 6,
    That's a fine gesture GAW. I was given a couple of these sometime ago nice edition for the EDC kit bag. I posted a thread on both the titanium Spork & eat n' tool 2014. http://www.naturalbushcraft.co.uk/fo...-My-Fire-Spork
    Regards
    David

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    correct, pm addresses and I'll post your winnings
    Really kind, thanks - pm sent.

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