greetings, experts. I have a Swisschamp. The outer liner of my knife is bent.1. Because I love and appreciate this tool, do you know the right non-destructive way to fix this problem?2. Is there a possibility to repair without removing the scale? The answer from you experts will be very appreciated. Sincerely Thanks
Hi abwaluyoThis is the layer next to the cap lifter/large flat driver. Unfortunately there is no easy way to repair a bent liner at the pivot area.Without the opportunity of inspecting the knife, it’s difficult to make an assessment.You could try pressing the SAK together in a vice between layers of hardboard for protection. This may help press the liner flat without removing the scales. (Fold the CS out to prevent pressing it)......
I'd try a C-clamp and use some of the suggestions above. I'd open the Caplifter/SD too, to press the bent liner against it. If that doesn't work, you're probably best off sending it to Victorinox for warrantee repair. I don't see why it wouldn't be free aside from shipping.
Thank you very muchWhat does the CS stands for?
I have used every tool on the SwissChamp but the fish scaler is probably been used the least
Some folks will hate me for this but I've never been a huge fan of the pliers. Add a lot of thickness to the SAK and I wouldn't miss them if they were gone.