This is a great forum. If you like the badge, then you might want to check out a challenge sometime. Is one of those alox in your photo a Farmer X?
You awl (see what I did there?)are a bunch of enablers though. Worried I was going to run out of things to share so I bought six used SAK’s today.
My Wenger collection. Any info appreciated.
Tony's post above pretty much covers it. Give it a go and holler if you get stuck.
I, CDP235, being of relatively sound mind and body, hereby entreat the powers that be to consider me for membership in good standing in the Swiss Army Knights and promise to place no knife before my trusty Swiss Army till rust do us part.I can't seem to figure out how to post a picture, but my EDC has been a Vic. Sportsman for at least 10 yrs. now. I also carry a small (classic size) Wenger in a Maxpedition pouch in a cargo pocket. I can't remember the model name.
Well I was going to be smart and say two SAKs and a watch - What info were you looking for? If model names they are a Highlander and a Hobbyist - The reason I am being generous is that I need a favour from you - We do not have an image of the Hobbyist in the WikiAny chance you could take a photo of the Hobbyist along the lines of the regular SAK images in the Wiki - So that we can update it please - Pretty please Photos are always credited to the originator (let us know the name to use) - default would be dlew919 from MTo.Thanks bud
CDP... take a photo, go to where you would write. Look under the box and click + Attachments ...Choose a file (pic) from phone or gallery.If it's too large you will need to download a free pic resizer, choose the pic, drop it to say, 40% and and That one when you Choose File.Whew! If I can do it you can!And Welcome
Congrats and welcome new knights
I, _David_, being of relatively sound mind and body, hereby entreat the powers that be to consider me for membership in good standing in the Swiss Army Knights and promise to place no knife before my trusty Swiss Army till rust do us part.I've been swapping my daily around, but it's mostly my new compact the last 2 weeks, seen on the extreme right.Far left, and new this week, my first 91mm serrated, a Spartan, which I got new. Most things I get are used.Second, a used Champion.Third, a new-to-me 84mm Salesman that I was thrilled to get last week.Fourth, one of my favorites, a CyberTool 41 (L). I got a good deal on that one, and it was immaculate with new scales. It is Every Day Chairside.Fifth, and last before my EDC Compact, is a Wenger Pocket Tool. I keep it here because I think it's cool!Not shown is the majority of my collection, which has a lot of 74mm, including a NIB Director and 4 other stainless models, plus a large handful of 58mm MiniChamp I/II, Mate, Rambler, and other non-Classics. I have A few classics with inlays I've liked or have special meaning, too. Finally, I've got a handful of limited (special?) editions in different sizes. The latter aren't valuable ones, but a few colors I liked and could afford. Oh, and a green alox Swiss Bianca MiniChamp that I love but had to pay too much for.(Sorry for any funky formatting. It kept putting extra bracket formatting all over the place. It was like whack-a-mole.)(Image removed from quote.)
Hi guibur and welcome to the Swiss Army Knights