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Some of my Christy knives.
[IMG]I have this Lumintop AAA brass light made for DROP inbound.
I agree that the number 1 tool used on my 58mm is the scissors.
It's a model 246ka. I think it's a late 1940s version.
The one I carry (modded):
The one I admire:
Victorinox Artisan in route:
I think Victorinox blades hold up very well, I've read they're easy to sharpen, but I've never had to sharpen one yet.
I have to agree that Swiss...
Thank you for that reference information, I'm going over there now to do some reading!
A member on another forum was placing this one at about 1961. He said it was after the exposed rivets were on the scales, and before they started...
New to me:
Yes, the large bladed screwdriver on the Vic does work like the Wenger, it pushed down ever so slightly to lock.
This little SAK has seen daily pocket time for the past 6 months:
It's a Victorinox Custom made from 3 different...
My current EDC:
Bought this Pioneer X customized with green scales, and stonewashed blades. Still warming up to it, but I'll get there, I'm just used to seeing...
My favorite handle is on my Scott Cook fixed blade- the colors draw me in every time I see it:
Thanks GaryMc! I can't look at that Randall catalog because there's just too much temptation. Besides, I've been adding a few folders to my...
My Randall 4-6:
EZ, that looks like the red one I bought new. It's essentially the same as the Wenger with just a few slight variations:
Sheild is different...
Would have preferred to have found one at a retailer, but luckily mine isn't too used.