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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by arizonaranchman, Sep 21, 2014.
That's a new one to me. I like! Thanks for posting.
This is a 91mm Lessard Ti SAK with a Ti tool drawer. The tools in the drawer include a wooden toothpick, a pair of tweezers, a ball point pen, and a FerroCerium rod.
I love this Evo S14. The locking blade is an excellent feature and I’ve found the evo scales to be more comfortable than your classic scales (even if they make the knife a bit thicker)
I've always wanted to try one of the locking versions, but haven't found the need, and also a little leery of the lock. It appears like it's a hook that would get caught on absolutely anything that came near it. Most likely not that dramatic in practice, but only in appearance. How do you find it? Ergonomically and in the pocket? Does it poke you in your grip and hang up on things?
Yes. If you see in the picture, the blade is actually raised higher than the lock, and I’ve never had any issues pulling it out of the pocket.
Ergonomically it’s my favorite SAK. I think the 3 layered sak’s feel the best in hand with the main blade.
Out & about yesterday, so I used this 1.
My very first SAK had it for 20+ years, found it in a draw end of last year all gunked up. So I cleaned it up reprofiled large blade a little.
Good for another 20+ years
Well, ya don't have to worry about anyone stealing it with that killer attack dog ready to pounce.
Early 1980's Stag Victorinox Camper today.
Where’d you get the cool scales?
Got pointed in their direction from this forum actually They're from Remade Scales. 3D printed nylon and keep the pin hole under the corkscrew, which was a nice touch. The Victorinox nylon scales don't have the pin hole.
At work today with an Explorer and my morning coffee.
That stag is gorgeous. Is it factory or a mod?
I absolutely love the Delemont collection. This evogrip is now one of my favorite SAK's
Using the Explorer to repair a Victorinox suitcase.
The best sak