Excellent mod and write up! Cool pics too[It's not failure if you learn something from it]
Nice mod and detailed steps comis... If I may add (for future mods), warm or hot water will do the scale removal trick... boiling water is way to riskier for the SAK and the person doing the mod. After drilling, the punch can be used to push the pins through the bushings and layers... if it’s hard to punch the pins, drill a little bit more... learned this trick based from experience and from other modders... good thing about this, less damage to the bushing...
My pleasure comis... just keeping the MTO spirit alive... All the things I learned about modding SAKs I got here in MTO... only appropriate to pass it along to others as well...
Thanks for sharing your experience.
Very nice indeed and very professional!
Nice work! It looks great!! Sent from my Redmi Note 5
Very nice tutorial, Comis. Thanks for your contributions! This is a very cool mod.
comis, I liked your mod so much I modded one for myself. I did not add the file to mine so I guess mine is a Climber/Super Tinker. Thank you for the great mod!(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Nice write-up comis! This will come in handy should I ever have access to a drill press.
Lovely mod! Great pics too.
Actually, a drill press will be really nice to have to do a clean job, but I do agree with most folks that you don't actually need one to do a 91mm mod. A dremel or hand drill will actually be suffice.
Beautiful! And thank you for sharing the details
I know my skills with a hand drill. Unfortunately I could not hold it straight if my life depended on it. I would just damage the bushing I have a broken SAK laying around, maybe I do a test run on that to see how it would work
Nice work comis !
This is a great mod. The ideal of having both the corkscrew and the Phillips on the back side is great! Surprised Victorinox had not already done it! Great name for it by the way!
I did something similar quite a while ago, with my Mega84, and it's great having both corkscrew and driver on the back. Nice work