What SAK are ya totin' today?

hsherzfeld

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Nice job mate 👍🏻👍🏻
The small clip is a good idea
Thanks! I like to be able to quickly detach the lanyard for tasks like using the large screwdriver or the awl on a 93mm alox SAK. Otherwise the lanyard tends to wind itself around the knife. I started out using the clip from a keychain flashlight, then I found a 10-pack of similar clips on Amazon.
 

315

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Been carrying this Passenger all week in Wyoming on our Antelope hunt.
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willc

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This Wenger Ranger the best action out of any SAK I have ever owned.
The cross button is a cool touch.

Very aggressive serrated blade and the only shortcoming imo would be the pocket clip.
The design on that could of been better.
Still though a very nice knife.
 

Knives&Lint

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Not only great knives, but that Seamaster is amazing too!

Many thanks my friend! It is my absolute favorite watch, bringing me more enjoyment than any of the much more expensive watches that I have owned (I actually spent as much on the mesh from Omega as I did on the watch). It actually changed my whole perspective on the hobby. Happens to be a birth-year ('76) piece for me as well.
 
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