Custom Leather Sheaths for Becker, Esee & Bussekin
Junkyard Dog #175 www.kelleycustoms.com
The classy tinker. Simple and light, perfect for everyday.
Anybody here use the Pioneer Harvester model? I was looking at some of the models and that one seems very similar to the farmer, but with an little blade swapped in.
And dang I wish I could find a one or two layer model with a saw. That would be my ideal, but I don't think they exist .
Or get a custom one put together, if you poke around this forum or certain other multi-tool oriented forums you will find people that do it. You just have to send them the donor SAKs and some cash money for the work. Eventually I plan on getting a farmer modded with a scissors layer put together.
BH#237 | BCC#2344
Victorinox Marlboro Outdoorsman. I'm up to ten or twelve of these. One for every pack!
Farmers are nice too though.
Looking into it more there were a few other really nice looking models like that (woodsman, wilderness), but they're not in production anymore either.
Looks like the closest thing to any of the suggestions here is either the farmer, or the pioneer harvester.
Thanks again guys, I'll have to keep my eyes out for them .
A Vic Huntsman lives in the pocket of my Camillus BK7 sheath.
Beckerhead #133 SpyderNation #809
Whatever you do, never, EVER make fun of the soldering iron of justice.
I had a SAK when I was a kid, haven't ever looked into one since then. The farmer looks nice. Any of them have orange scales? I feel like I saw a picture of one a while ago that was metallic orange.
I'm a fan of the Rucksack. The locking blade is a great feature.
"Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft." - Teddy Roosevelt
I've given my 1st SAKenstein to a good friend & created this one:
It's based on the Pioneer Harvester, but I removed the opener. Added a small blade, ground down to a flat edge for carving & of course, scissors.
I honestly think this would be my one knife, if I had to choose.
I forgot to mention that I was inspired by AverageIowaGuy's efforts. Kudos to him & others that have helped me, along the way.
Victorianox OHT (One Hande Trekker).
One hand opening, locking blade. Half serrated on the forward side and chisel ground stupid-sharp
Locking, thats right locking large screwdriver/prybar and wire stripper
Small can-opener and small flat head screwdriver
Philips head screwdriver
Toothpick and Tweezers.
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