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Swiss Army Knife Identification

Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by anw2387, Nov 23, 2018.

  1. anw2387

    anw2387

    2
    Nov 23, 2018
    Hello!
    I have a Swiss Army Knife that I have recently been given from a relative. I was wondering if anyone had any idea what model it is?
    Any help would be very appreciated!
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  2. Mora2013

    Mora2013

    311
    Dec 1, 2013
    I do not think that is a real “Swiss army knife”. Well, not made by Victorinox or wenger.
     
  3. Rich S

    Rich S

    Sep 23, 2005
    Not a real SAK; a Chinese knock-off. The scissors are a dead give away.
    Rich
     
  4. Mora2013

    Mora2013

    311
    Dec 1, 2013
    I don’t mean to bust your bubble anymore, since it was a family gift. It is probably best kept as a display item/keepsake rather than as a user. I found a YouTube review of the tool you have:

     
  5. Mora2013

    Mora2013

    311
    Dec 1, 2013
    Deleted. Accidental double post.
     
  6. gadgetgeek

    gadgetgeek

    May 19, 2007
    Yeah, as Mora said, keep it as a keepsake, appreciate the thought behind it. If its a size and tool-set that you think works for you, then a swisschamp might be where you want to look, if you want one that big, or there are plenty smaller if you want a slightly reduced set of tools.
     
  7. Hickory n steel

    Hickory n steel

    Feb 11, 2016
    One just like this was my first knife which my dad bought me at age 7, from the local Dollar tree store for of course $1.
    It was enough for me to learn how to safely handle a knife without cutting myself, but it didn't hold up for long.

    I'm sure this would be a good keepsake from a family member though.
     
  8. anw2387

    anw2387

    2
    Nov 23, 2018
    Thank you everyone for your quick responses!
     

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