Yes sir - 100% Victorinox. I think? think they were made for one year only. I read some where that the material is the same as on the 111mm Soldier on the grip strips.
That is very cool. You can send it to me if it needs some pocket time. Be a shame to let that baby moulder away in a dank safe.
Just enjoyed reading through 8 pages featuring wonderful different SAKs and compasses
Thanks! Enjoyed your stitch removal photo’s! Glad all is healing up well.
Day 13 photosThe Tinker Soft Grip - aka GeoTec - aka Wabenmuster (honeycomb). A 91mm with soft grip scales. The first and last of its kind. It wasn’t untill my 3rd visit to the knife store that I finally asked to see it. And as soon as it was in my hands I knew this one was different. Must of been my confused look on my face That when the salesman explained what it was. This one is a safe queen for sure.
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No need to volunteer Jack! I've got a spot [quote author=Nix link=topic=82378.msg1992267#msg1992267 date=1565717946That is very cool. You can send it to me if it needs some pocket time. Be a shame to let that baby moulder away in a dank safe.
Those are some cool scales. I bet they would provide a good grip in wet environments.
Day 14 photosIt’s Wednesday so a Hoffritz Camping knife today. A 3 layer with the saw blade. Probably the thinnest knife with back tools you can take into the woods.
What a nice reminder to myself that I don't have one
That's a real beauty Ray!
That is a great SAK Rapidray
I've always enjoyed the camping symbol on those SAKs.
Nice knife Ray.
Nice Camper Ray
Nice one Rapidray looks in excellent condition
Sounds a great shop to get SAKs from