Quote from: sawman on July 08, 2012, 07:35:48 PMDon't get jealous - get even - i.e. keep buying more SAKs Has anyone ever got themselves into financial trouble over SAK buying on this site?Just wondered............
Don't get jealous - get even - i.e. keep buying more SAKs
Is this natural to always want another SAK no matter how many you have?
They're both good articles singing the praises of the Huntsman. Thanks, and you are forgiven.
Quote from: magentus on July 08, 2012, 12:15:19 PMIs this natural to always want another SAK no matter how many you have?Completely normal for a member of this site.The Farmer is worth having for the in line awl alone IMHO
The only proper cure for SAK fever is to keep buying until the feelings of envy and desire are quenched!!!
About bloody time Glad you've seen the light mate, there a cracking sak
Personally I won't have second thoughts in choosing a Farmer over a Huntsman (I have SAKs from both models), despite the lack of scissors and other minor implements on the Farmer, the lack of the inline awl on the Huntsman and the identical saw (even better packed folded in the Huntsman). By this logic a Midshipman is less valuable than a Farmer and a SwissChamp trumps them both In my opinion the Huntsman is a nice 91mm SAK (although personally I prefer other models over it in 91mm size), albeit a bit too common one, but it does not really directly compare with the Farmer. Well, an alox Huntsman may have a better chance. The only Huntsman that I would currently trade a Farmer for (several, actually ) would be this one (Martin, I hope you do not mind that I give this link from your gallery ):https://picasaweb.google....87526/HorseshoeNailKnife#