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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: Swiss Army Knights Banner
« Last post by Huntsman on Today at 10:01:06 AM »
I MrsSabrina being of relatively sound mind and body, hereby entreat the powers that be to consider me for membership in good standing in the Swiss Army Knights and promise to place no knife before my trusty Swiss Army till rust do us part.

Ahem - I spy another knife  :o  :D
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The Break Room / Re: Preppers, what do you prep for?
« Last post by Kampfer on Today at 09:56:26 AM »
Be honest, when someone is hungry, he would do anything to get food.
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Leatherman Tools / Re: Leatherman PST chronology project
« Last post by Huntsman on Today at 09:48:55 AM »
If you haven't checked the first page in a while there is an awesome PST chronology diagram created by Huntsman edited into the first post that can be used as a great reference in your PST hunting :cheers:

Thanks for the plug Poncho

However I think my Chronology is the kindergarten/new starter's version

Wowbaro's is the PhD version
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Swiss Army Knights Forum / Re: SAK scales
« Last post by cabbage on Today at 09:46:09 AM »
Clearly the overwhelming opinion is that it isn't worth doing, that being said, now at least we know it can be done and most importantly if one were to change one's mind there is nothing easier than to buy replacement scales (if the old ones no longer fit neatly) and snap them on.

I've learnt something and lost nothing :)
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Carrying the Swiss Champ with me today while I work off duty security. Badge and gun on the belt.


Sent from my electronic multi-tool.
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Edged Tools / Re: Show me your kitchen knives
« Last post by captain spaulding on Today at 09:43:55 AM »
Love those!  :drool:
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Watch it! / Re: New Casio Frogman GWF-D1000
« Last post by Fast Bill on Today at 09:42:09 AM »
$1200 seems a bit steep for a watch.  I have bought cars for a lot less than that, and they have all had clocks in them...

Def

Any pics of those cars? When you took them for a dive at 50m+?...

 :D :D

Lotus ? Ah, Mr Bond, I've been expecting you ....
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The Break Room / Re: firearms
« Last post by captain spaulding on Today at 09:41:59 AM »
Ouch!
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Gerber Tools / Re: Gerber MP1 (lotsa pictures)
« Last post by Kampfer on Today at 09:33:40 AM »
I didn't hear from either lowtech nor tosh about the MP1 I sent them, I am guessing they became shelf queens.
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The Break Room / Re: Preppers, what do you prep for?
« Last post by kkokkolis on Today at 09:29:05 AM »
I used the term with a humorous manner, as we say SAKnut here. If I offended anyone I'm sorry.
In case of an Armageddon scenario where I live, I'll try to survive in situ. So, don't worry, I wont come to America, I wouldn't have the means to do it even if I meant to. I would try my luck and skills in my enviroment, whith which I'm familiar.
Now that you reminded me that I'm a doctor, the only thing I would have to do (and I would be morally obliged to do so) would be to join some initiative of a state organisation or NGO like Medicins du Monde or Medicines sans Frontieres, or Samaritans and help the population with disaster trauma. What you don't know is that I teach in a postgraduate diploma in the University of Athens about Disaster Medicine. My discipline is drug abuse. So I would be with the good guys. But the survivalist manner of quite a few here made me deviate and feel nostalgia about my days in the Special Forces, two decades ago.
So, yes, I could try to help. Wouln't I earn some bread for that?
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