SAK experts, I have a question

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  1. mwramos76

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    Soooo the spring for my scissors Snapped last night. I’m not even mad at them. They lasted probably more than 15 years. I’m just wondering Now. What is the smallest sak with scissors on it? Any suggestions?
     
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    Or, if you'd prefer an excuse to pick up a new shiny, check out the Vic Classic (also available in alox).
     
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    The classic is the smallest with scissors but I like the super tinker for edc purposes. I don't have one though lol.
    I have a tinker for edc and an alox farmer for the woods but the addition of scissors on the tinker (making it the super tinker) would be a perfect edc sak
     
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    I use the huntsman/fieldmaster not the smallest but the tool mix is great. As already said just but a replacement spring
     
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    I've been eyeballing the pioneer X for a while now. Minimal tools with a pair of scissors.
     
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