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Swiss Army Knives

125 years of an iconic pocket knife design every man should have.

Website: http://www.swissarmy.com
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Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2016

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Homemade Scales

Started by Callum Sutherland May 26, 2015. 0 Replies

Hello,        I own a Victorinox Camper, and I had the thought that it would be quite cool to make my own scales to replace the standard red ones. I am a competent woodworker but quite inexperienced…Continue

Loose plastic handle on tinker

Started by Søren Dam Pedersen. Last reply by EA Burt Dec 31, 2013. 1 Reply

Hey GentsOn my Tinker (or small Tinker, I can't remember) one of the red plastic pieces that forms the handle has come loose a little bit. It moves maybe half a millimeter but is annoying in that it…Continue

Swiss Soldier's Knife '08

Started by EA Burt. Last reply by EA Burt Dec 31, 2013. 2 Replies

"Issued to the Swiss Army since 1891, The Soldier Knife answers the demands of military personnel and the hunter, camper or anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The ergonomic dual density handle allows a…Continue

Tags: Knife, Soldier's, Swiss

Get an eyeful of this new Wenger model!!

Started by Bryan Lee Sammis Mar 14, 2011. 0 Replies

If any of you are mountain climbers, you'll might be falling in love!!http://www.wenger.ch/uelisteckContinue

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Comment by Charles Alexander Rasmussen on November 14, 2013 at 8:53am

I owned and used swiss army knives all of the time when I was a kid. In fact I think all of the kids did. Anyway, due to moving around a lot, god only knows where they went. I recently ordered myself "The Spartan" model. I chose this model specifically to handle taks I perform often: cutting, opening bottles, opening wine, the reamer for puncturing thick material and sometimes the can opener.

I miss having one of these handly little red knives and I look forward to owning one again.

Comment by Luke Nierenhausen on July 23, 2011 at 10:54am
So, I was just using my Victorinox super tinker yesterday at work, and a guy i work with came upto me and said "wow, you really use one of those?" after asking what he meant he said that he gave those up when he was in grade school. Now I love tactical folders more than the next guy, but i asked him if he could open a bottle of wine with his knife or screw in a screw. I love my victorinox.
 

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