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Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, May 16, 2015.
Continued from here.
Oh yeah first page!
The Climber, humble companion.
Gifted away my Alox with the pruner-blade to my cousin.
So these 3 remain.
Victorinox Huntsman Silvertech
Victorinox Climber Silvertech
Victorinox Signature Lite Silvertech
Victorinox Classic SD Heads up! Hang On!
The wife's EDCO (everyday can opener).
Got these for a steal last weak, soaked them in soapy water for 2 days and cleaned them out thoroughly as the tools were pretty much stuck in the handle due to dirt, lint and whatnot.
All clean and oiled now and they're just as smooth and snappy as if they were new!
Not bad for 23, 29 and 32 years old!
They still need a good sharpening and the 83 needs some work on the busted awl.
You can see the tip has snapped off but I'll grind it down to a point when I have time.
I consider it repayment for the service it provided and the abuse it has suffered.
Once again great find! They scrubbed up well
Got me a Hunter today. Found a great store called weaponchamber, they also have katanas and great swords
All swords are kind of great in my book.
Oh man I'm ecstatic! I kind of "refurbished" the crummy one and its just such a joy to carry. And its a slice of history which is also nice ^^
Harvester, farmer, outrider and swiss champ. Found that last one when I was visiting my mother. My childhood knife. One of them at least. And is there still nobody who k ows somebody who can mod an alox in Holland?
O, forgot about the hunter pro my cousin gave me. Nice knife, but, mheh...
A golden oldie. Except it's alox...
Cadet for the office, Farmer for weekends and paying in the garden.
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Thanks a lot dude! Now I have to go and have a fight with the wife because I want one and she thinks there is such a thing as too much sharps... Can I blame you?