Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by elgatoloco, Sep 8, 2016.
You're bad brother, lol.
Tourist and Cadet.
One of these is the best small Victorinox. The other one comes in alox...
I've given away like half a dozen SAKs in the last month to random people and was feeling good about some extra/rarely used knives going to people to be used.
Then I walked into the house this morning with a Tinker I've kept at work (my longest owned folder) and a Classic on the keys to my wife's car.
As I'm emptying my pockets I notice a SAK laying in the floor. And a couple on the coffee table. And two more in the catch all basket on my desk...
Some of these are in the living room as a result of my kid going back to school and cleaning out a bag. And I had to get all the sharp stuff out of my car for her to use recently.
I've also got a Classic I left at work. And a Huntsman in my wife's car. And a Hiker that I'm pretty sure is in my desk but I didn't bother looking for...
They're just so useful and so inexpensive. I don't think there's a better cost vs utility value in the knife world.
That’s a great obsession to have lol, how do you like those pocket clips?
Generally it's the only way I'll currently carry a SAK. The P7 and similar clips keep them out of the bottom of my pocket and are low profile enough that they don't draw attention. On a smaller knife like the Tourist I will actually sometimes forget I have it when hung from a P7 against the seam of a pocket.
Exactly. Best SAK carry method ever.
Anyone still use a Swiss Champ?
I do. The pliers are perfect nose hair pullers. The small flat head screwdriver is perfect for eyeglass repairs. It sits on my dresser. I don’t carry it.
Well I’m not the only one
I think the widest SAK I've ever owned was the Ranger. The file was useful, but it was a lot to haul around without a belt sheath and I had/have no interest in that.
I like the "idea" of carrying it, but the reality is it's just too big.