Bit of a long story of how I got into 111mm. I always thought they were to big.One item on my bucket list was to assemble my own knife in Brunnen. Well two months ago my wife and I went to Europe for 40 days. Brunnen was on the itinerary. I booked a date and time and arrived in Brunnen. We went to Ibach as I still had time for my date. There was a sale on Victorinox knives and I got this nomad for 19 Euro's. The box said Nomad but Sakwiki now calls it the (new) Picknicker.I used nearly every tool on the tour. I had to open tins, pull corks out of wine bottles, open beer bottles, cut bread and "wurst" and last but not least make a hole in my belt because I lost 6 kilo's in the heat of France and Spain!In Madrid I had to buy new shorts as I took only one pair. I bought those in the photo and found that they have a nomad pocket.Now I have 6 of these pretty 111's
My new to me RAF 111, thanks to Fast Bill!
Quote from: Barry Rowland on December 26, 2018, 05:34:55 PMMy new to me RAF 111, thanks to Fast Bill! My pleasure Barry looks like it’ll fit right in
Thanks Jaya! This thread got me thinking about 111s again. Went and unpacked my GAK.
The stars are now aligned for these Garants... (Image removed from quote.)
My current 111 collection
Thanks Ray! I borrowed my son's OUT which lead to my GAK. I have a feeling it's only just begun...
I gotta join this club with my OH GAK (Image removed from quote.) how normal is that OH GAK has plain edgeOnly Tools Matters
My third and newest 111mm model, the Forester with walnut scales.
Nice one Exeter Here a few of my 11mm