Quote from: Fast Bill on March 19, 2013, 08:43:02 PMI've just obtained a lovely red jelly Huntsman. Boy, this forum has a lot to answer for ....I would say sorry Bill, but it would be a lie.
I've just obtained a lovely red jelly Huntsman. Boy, this forum has a lot to answer for ....
Here's mine. Does this count? (Image removed from quote.)
Hey, wait I won one of those on eBay and I now remember that I never received it. Seriously. Was the seller from France?
I hope you have room for one more member - This just turned up about 5 mins ago.
My Huntsmen look pretty bland compared to some of these beauties, but if I'm going to post in the Ranger Owner's Club, then it's only fair that I throw my Huntsmen in here as well.Diana, the Huntsman Plus I'm currently carrying.Vicky, the lucky Huntsman that doesn't need to worry about being carried ever again.
It's not going to beat any of the previous ones posted, but this overpriced Huntsman does represent a lot of history. It's a natural for the Hudson's Bay Company to have a Victorinox SAK represent their heritage.(Image removed from quote.)
Well, apparently, I own a Huntsman that I thought was a Climber So I'm a member of the club (or always have been).
Is the saw made out of Clear Aluminum? Is this Star Trek 4?Just kidding. It took me actual years (like, 10 of them) to figure out if my first Economy Recruit was a Victorinox or a Wenger. Stupid Economy Vic logo.
Transparent Aluminum actually... but who cares (cue the angry trekkies), welcome to the club
Don't worry about the Trekkies,worry about the Humpbacks!
Received my Huntsman SilverTech today!!!
Huntsman is still the SAK that I think everyone should own. Looks good in the silvertech scales Serena.