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Loaded with our most requested features, the Leatherman Blast is ready for work. Longer blades mean easier slicing, sawing, filing and more, while Zytel® handle inserts provide a comfortable, reliable grip. New designs for the handles and pliers help Blast sustain more than double the squeezing load of the original PST. With the Blast, even small hands can get themselves around the biggest jobs comfortably.

Blast® Tools

  1. Bottle Opener
  2. Hard-wire Cutters
  3. Large Screwdriver
  4. Needlenose Pliers
  5. Phillips Screwdriver
  6. Regular Pliers
  7. Saw
  8. Small Bit Driver
  9. Small Screwdriver
  10. Wire Cutters
  11. Wood/Metal File
  12. Wire Stripper
  13. Spring-action Scissors
  14. 420HC Blade

Blast® Features

  1. Lanyard Ring
  2. All Locking Features

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Blast
 
5.0

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5.0

Sad Time

By txrick2007

from Stephenville Texas

Pros

  • Dependability
  • fit hand
  • Great lock
  • The Right Tools
  • Well built

Cons

  • none

Best Uses

  • Right Tools
  • Strong

Comments about Blast:

I carried this leatherman for years on my Service Belt as a Law Enforcement Officer and I used it from cutting seat belts of a burning car, to working on cars broken down a number of times. Never had trouble with this tool and when I went from working as a Patrolman to Investigator I left it with my duty belt and I got a new tool.Now my blast looks new as the day I got it I have retried it to my show case with my other things from the Badge's I wore over my 23 years in Law Enforcement

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