SOG MacV Multi-Tool

Feb 3, 2016

Category: Gear

SOG just announced a brand new multi-tool, the MacV, and it has an insane amount of utility fit into a small package. Made out of super durable 3Cr13 stainless steel, this one pieced tool is both designed to last, and to pay homage to the Vietnam era special operations unit the company and tool is named after.

The hard-cased black tool has a 1/4″, 5/16″, and 3/8″ nut driver, a line cutter, both a small and large flat-head screwdrivers, a philips-head screwdriver, a pry bar, a 1/4″ hex bit driver, blade sharpener, a lanyard whole, and – of course – a bottle opener. This tool complies with TSA regulations, making it so you can take this thing with you wherever you may need it. Whether it’s tightening screws, sharpening knives in a pinch, or just opening a beer, this tool is up for the task. You can pick up the MacV for $13. [Purchase]

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