Reporting in with my Scientist, top left in the photo:(Image removed from quote.)
(Sorry, just finished watching Dr. Strange with my kid.)
and I bet he'll be afraid to take anything and will leave the house all scared
The Scientist is one of my favorite SAK models, no doubt about it. I have an original one that I found NIB with the straight-pin-less Plus scales, and I have a custom Ti Scientist built by our own Syph007. Robert converted the old school plastic magnifier into a brass beauty.
I have 2.
I can report in this club thanks to Marc_in_NS.I never thought to even see a Scientist in the flesh, yet he actualy GAVE it to me about 3-4 months ago! Talking about a RAK...(Image removed from quote.)
I haven't seen that movie. I just looked it up and it looks interesting.
Lots of light today so I thought I'd try shooting outdoors. My Scientists - all four variants that I know of + an Engineer thrown in because it seemed to belong. (Image removed from quote.)Scientist1. 1986: Small "v", grooved corkscrew, spacer on Philips spring, no pin2. c. 1989: Large "V", grooved corkscrew, bump on Philips spring, no pin3. c. 1996: Large "V", solid corkscrew, bump on Philips spring, pin4. 2009: 2.0mm Vss blade, 5x plastic mag glass, shorter locking PhilipsEngineer5. c. 1988: Large "V", grooved corkscrew, spacer on Philips spring, no pin, Technician screwdriver
Wasn't the Transparent one a +B run?
It was indeed. IIRC it was one of his first runs that was actually produced by the factory. I think some of his earlier models he assembled himself from factory supplied parts.
So he did built his own mods??I always presumed all runs came from factory...