Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by elgatoloco, Sep 8, 2016.
These look nice.
They are nice. He just sells the on IG. I'm not sure the cost of them though, I think you just have to DM him if your interested. He makes his own knives as well and they look really good.
I received my Vic Hunter back from the Victorinox repair center in CT.
I'm pretty happy with Victorinox's customer service. Really convinced that on top of swapping out the broken bottle opener/can opener combo tool they either replaced the saw blade or cleaned it up/resharpened it like I didn't think possible, replaced the original main blade lock-tab and sharpened the serrated "gut-hook" blade. And as I requested they put the scarred up scales back on it instead of replacing them with shiny new scales.
I didn't have the bag with me for these pics that has the broken combo tool they sent back along with my original tweezers, toothpick and some extra split rings.
That's great. Really happy to hear it went well for you. Your Hunter looks fantastic!
Thanks! It's been one of my all time favorite knives.
I have looked seriously at getting one of these for deer. Have you ever used it to gut/clean deer and did it work well? And was it difficult to clean if you did?
I've only used the serrated gutting/zipper blade to open the abdominal cavity and make skin cuts up the chest and down all for legs for skinning. Then did all the gutting and skinning with a fixed blade. I was always concerned with not being able to clean out all the tissue and fluids.
Just use your wife's ultrasonic jewelry cleaner...
Great idea, but she doesn't have one. I guess a toothbrush would get the job done.
I call it the LeatherSAK. All metal. All locking tools. 4” long. One hand opening knife blade.
Where is the other half?
In his left pocket I assume
In my Leatherman parts box.