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Hand Tools and implements, Cutlery

Knives (hand tools); knives, namely, pocket knives, folding knives, sport knives, hunting knives, fixed blade knives, camping knives, and survival knives; fabric and leather sheaths and carrying pouches for knives and multi-function hand tools; knife sharpeners; multi-function hand tools comprised of scissors, knife, screwdrivers, and any combination of: nail file, tweezers, bottle opener, can opener, cork puller, pliers, wire-cutters, wire stripper, crimper, combo edge knife blade with a liner lock, wood saw, bit driver, bit driver bits, awl, fire starter, whistle, hammer, carabiner, pocket clip, lanyard hole, removable ceramic sharpening stick, package opener, ruler, file, scraper, punch, and strap cutter; hand tools, namely, pruners; multi-function hunting hand tool comprised of any combination of the following: knife blade, gut hook, bone saw, and sharpener; multi-function hunting hand tool comprised of any combination of the following components: bypass shears, wire cutters, saw, knife blade, choke tube tool, screwdriver, awl, and a bottle opener; hand tools, namely, tools for cutting seat belt, wrenches, tools for breaking and cutting glass, and hex drive holes; multi-function hand tool for use by medical personnel comprised of shears and any combination of: file, ring cutter, oxygen wrench, strap cutter, glass breaker, ruler, and lanyard for use in emergency first responder rescue activities, excluding tools and devices used in surgical procedures; manually operated hand-held tool for use in connection with making adjustments to weapons and comprised of wrenches, bit driver and screwdriver bits, and any combination of: gut hook, punch, lanyard, and carabiner; manually operated hand-held tool for use in connection with making adjustments to archery equipment and comprised of wrench, bit driver and screwdriver bits and any combination of: diamond file, gut hook, lanyard, and carabiner

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  • Feb 27
    2018
    New Application Entered In TRAM