SAKs & Other Knives - Carried Together

Lee D

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It is. I have three older ones I fished off the bay for cheap. I always have at least a sak on me. For a long while now it’s been a tinker small 99% of the time.
I’m new to the model, and like it very much… now only if Vic offered a version with scissors too. I bought the Super Tinker but imo it’s too large. The 84mm has
become my preferred size.
 

Grateful

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I’m new to the model, and like it very much… now only if Vic offered a version with scissors too. I bought the Super Tinker but imo it’s too large.
I would love an 84mm tinker with scissors. I wish for one even tho I get by fine without scissors most days. lol I just want what I want.
I carried a Fieldmaster for years. Realized I didn’t use the saw and scissors all that much so I started downsizing. I tried a climber then a compact then a recruit. The recruit showed me how capable the 84’s are. The tinker small was the next logical step for me. It’s a really great edc imho. Especially when paired with another knife that’s a little bigger.
 

redsparrow

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I would love an 84mm tinker with scissors. I wish for one even tho I get by fine without scissors most days. lol I just want what I want.
I carried a Fieldmaster for years. Realized I didn’t use the saw and scissors all that much so I started downsizing. I tried a climber then a compact then a recruit. The recruit showed me how capable the 84’s are. The tinker small was the next logical step for me. It’s a really great edc imho. Especially when paired with another knife that’s a little bigger.
You and I have traveled similar roads Grateful. Over the years I downsized from Fieldmaster to Small Tinker as an EDC. Now I'm enjoying the 74mm Vics. Here's an Executive pulled from the "Bay", it received some TLC and a pair of pretty blue covers. Turned out well and I'm very happy with it. I find it completely sufficient in an urban settings but I still pick up a light Buck or one hand Spyderco for walking the woods or when something heavier might be useful.
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sonofwilfred

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You and I have traveled similar roads Grateful. Over the years I downsized from Fieldmaster to Small Tinker as an EDC. Now I'm enjoying the 77mm Vics. Here's an Executive pulled from the "Bay", it received some TLC and a pair of pretty blue covers. Turned out well and I'm very happy with it. I find it completely sufficient in an urban settings but I still pick up a light Buck or one hand Spyderco for walking the woods or when something heavier might be useful.
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R01DSiF.jpg

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Nice photos cobber 👌🏻
 
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