What SAK are ya totin' today?

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I kept seeing Buzzbait Buzzbait posting pictures of SAK’s with micarta scales and decided to get in on that action. I figured my Huntsman would see the most and hardest use, so that was the lucky winner. I didn’t go through the same prep as he does, instead going with the scales as finished. They’re already starting to pick up some character.
 

TheArab

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This is my only Wenger, it's the Evo 63 which Victorinox isn't making in Delemont. It's the slimmest 85mm & is Wenger's version of Vic's waiter.

Bought it from a random shop, not my Vic distributor & it did not have the box, used or unused I'm not sure, the scales show sign of wear but probably from wrong handling not actual knife use, because that blade hasn't been used, so I consider it to be in excellent condition.

Paid $9 for it..

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The (lightly modded) 1897 replica

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Dadpool

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I picked up a Victorinox model I'd never heard of before, the Swiss Army 1, and man is it right up my alley.

It does feel weird to carry a single-tool SAK, and the Alox Cadet is more practical (same thickness, slightly shorter, and packs two layers worth of useful tools), but there are many times I've gone to pocket my Electrician and wished it were thinner. This little guy is perfect for those days. :)

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TheArab

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At home totin my 2 thickest yet totally pocketable SAKs, but I'd rather have others in my pocket & have these around for their super functions.

S557 & D.Tinker, 5 & 4 layers, but the DT is actually thicker than other 4 layered ones because of the beefy pliers/tweezers.

Both excellent SAKs.

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