My real Swiss 'Army' Knives
« on: September 26, 2011, 08:38:34 PM »
The most of the Swiss knives are not made for real army use.
I have in my alox collection just an few real army SAK's.
I don't care the yearstamps, just want to collect one of each different scales or rivets or WK stamps.
There are more but they are hard to find.
But I don't know how many models are made, just every time surprised when I find one I don't have.
I know there are red ones to.
I have two alox Dutch army knives to, one Amefa 82 and one Victorinox 92 with keyring.
The only DAK model I need is the Victorinox with bail, but that one is on the way.
I have now only one Elsener, four Victorinox Soldiers and four Wengers.
Victorinox Soldiers, The one with the shield logo is an anniversary soldier 1961-2011.(Swissbianco)