I think Vick used his Executive to amputate a pilot's leg:http://warfarehistorynetw...uck-yeager-fighter-pilot/
The two Americans slid down rapidly and were deposited in a cold but deep pond at the bottom of a hill. In other circumstances it might have been funny, but Yeager discovered Pat was seriously wounded. Pat was ashen and lapsed into unconsciousness, and it was soon clear the airman was bleeding to death. A German bullet had severed most of Pat’s leg. There was nothing much Yeager could do but take a pen knife and sever the remaining tendon, completing the amputation. After staunching the bleeding, he then carried his companion through miles of snow-covered ground.
I keep my Executive next to my easy chair. It gets mail and package opening, nail maintenance duties. It's too heavy for keychain use. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
I think Vick used his Executive to amputate a pilot's leg:http://warfarehistorynetw...uck-yeager-fighter-pilot/Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
I carried one for over 7 years daily and to me it beats the Classic in every aspect I can't count the time that I have used the orange peeler to score an orange The blade on it as well as the scissors are a much more respectable size (to me) compared to the smaller counterparts of the Classic and the file is the best around in it's size range
Glad to see there's still [a lot] of love for the Executive.
I'd like the Executive a lot more if it had a combo tool like the 58's.
Quote from: AndyTiedye on August 31, 2017, 08:36:57 PMI'd like the Executive a lot more if it had a combo tool like the 58's. Did you mean the 84mm's or the funky little Philip's/cap lifter thingy that I like in the Rambler?
the Executive makes no sense to me.
...I do not believe in a single SAK for all purposes.
Oh, one last thing: does anyody know why the nail fie tip in the Executive has this rather peculiar shape?
I believe the money clip and cigar cutter are still in production too