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Show me your SAK!!! (Part 2)

Discussion in 'Knives' started by cowsmilk, May 16, 2015.

  1. Nick4305
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    Nick4305 EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Roger that.
    I've been so lucky to meet some smart and kind guys here on EDCF, who gave me the opportunity to have some of those...
    Not that much, but four spikes are still in my collection.
    I rarely see some, here and there, but quotation are always completely out of my range of possibilities (>500-600$)
     
  2. MatBlack

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    I paid $150 (which at the time seemed ridiculous) from SwissBianco. It was less than a flawless transaction. After a lengthy wait, I was sent a completely wrong knife. It took over a month to straighten it out.
     
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  3. Nick4305
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    ...not the 1st issue i've heard about +B...
    All's well that ends well
     
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  4. dmattaponi

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    [​IMG]

    Explorer


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    #3524 dmattaponi, Oct 15, 2022
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  5. dischu

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  6. ox71

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    Lol, everyone uses those tech clips for carrying their sak, what a great invention![​IMG]

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  7. aloxide

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    Optimal for me Tinker[​IMG]

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    Is that a .32?
     
  10. Elmiro Dungfoot

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    It's chambered in .380 ACP.
     
  11. aloxide

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    Victorinох Classic SD
    Mexican Zarape 0.6223.L2101
    Green Tea 0.6223.T41G
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  12. kye4some

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    Here’s a few more[​IMG]
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  14. Nick4305
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    In music we would name this as a CRESCENDO !
     
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    HF's Custom SAK Electrician 200123
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    Victorinox SAK Electrician Alox all black custom (scissors) by Syph007 (aka Sakmodder)
    HF's EDC Thread ...
     
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    The electrician is my favorite alox, and your example is beautiful! Syph007 made this for me a few years back:
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    What is that? I've never seen that tool before.
     
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  20. Nick4305
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    I was curious as you, so I've googled it...

    "Multifunctional tool for testing welds.
    Leister's multi-purpose multi-functional tool is primarily used for non-destructive testing of welded joints (welds) of roof membranes of PVC, TPO, FPO, etc. Developed by Leister in collaboration with Victorinox, this tool also includes a Phillips screwdriver, bottle opener, retaining ring and large serrated knife blade.
    This means that users always have everything they need in a practical tool for efficient testing of lap welds and for a successful working day on the construction site. The test probe, revised by Leister, can be easily and ergonomically pulled along the seam to test without damaging the membrane. If the test probe slides into the overlap, the leak is detected and can be repaired. This weld seam tester can be used right or left handed. Thanks to the integrated hole, the multifunctional Leister weld seam tester can be opened with one hand."