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    Vintage Swiss Multi Tool


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    I stumbled upon this miss-identified multi tool and thought of this forum so here are a few photos for your amusement.

    Does it have a model name/number? Thank you.

    It is not in my possession now and would cost at least $31 to acquire. It might be a fun project for an enthusiast to bring this trooper back into duty shape.






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    A few more photos:







    Thank you for looking.

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    as best i remember they where made in france and are a copy of a sak. the blade etch ackermann basel means ackermann mainly clothing store in basel city, that is on the border to germany. its a typical cheap knock off from back then for people that did not wanna resell the best ones. ackermann is still in buiseness and theyr here https://www.ackermann.ch/;sid=15oumx...ACKERMANN_Logo they do or had stores in many swiss citys, i remember back then as i was stuck there see one in bern as well. now its mainly mail oder and the quality of service is bad, own experience.

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    Counterfeit, fake, knockoff. Thank you for the heads up.

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    Photos were, incorrectly, posted under heading for Buck 315 rigging knife. Actual heading S/H/B: Rare Ackermann Basel Armee Suisse INOXYD SWISS Army Knife w/ Horn Handle. Still a fake made for a dept. store.

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