Vics and Wenger.
Not sure if this counts. Wenger Standard Issue 1987. Not at all pretty but works great in the office, warehouse and outside. Love it.
That definitely counts. Looks like that soldier has paid its dues over the years. Super cool.
That has seen some action - good to see it still in use!
A soldier(ish) m1951. It had a broken awl when I got it which I replaced. It's an interesting knife because the tang stamp is Wengerinox and it is dated 62 on the reverse.The front scale does have a Waffen Kontrol stamp.So it doesn't seem to add up. It overlaps the Alox soldiers and doesn't have the usual Wenger Delmont tang stamp. But civilian versions don't get the (WK) stamp. So I'm not really sure if it's a soldier or not.But it is my birth year so none of that really matters.
Wow ~ A blast from the past ~ Hello El CS / S~A~DGood to see you
Wow, nice one jnoxyd, very rare model. It deserves more pictures
It's great having you here again my friend!
Good to see El C back on the forum!