I wish some modder would figure out how to retrofit a Christy into 91mm scales. It would be handy to have a quick one hand sliding knife along with the multi-tools of the SAK.
I'm sure it can be done.....Then it could be called a Swiss Chris.....
The vision is there, the skill is not.
A noble effort, Folder. But I beg the question, to what end is this being done?
Well, courtesy of cbl51, look what arrived today...(Image removed from quote.) It's lovely. Looking forward to giving it a whirl around the house. Cheers Carl, much appreciated.
I'm soooo glad it got to you! I was a little bit apprehensive about British customs/import of an edged tool into the kingdom. I hope you come to appreciate and love them as much as I do!
Congratulations Michael! Well done Carl!
Congratulations on getting through customs with it! There ought to be a badge for that!
Well, courtesy of cbl51, look what arrived today.. It's lovely. Looking forward to giving it a whirl around the house. Cheers Carl, much appreciated.
Could anyone get me a quote on getting one of these to Europe?EDIT: Please
Are you looking for a new or pre-owned one?
Doesn't matter all that much....Just nice condition if possible.
I have this user one. If you'd like it, I'll ship it to you. If you'd rather pass, no problem, it has seen use.
Hey thanks!Pm me for shipping costs
My gift to you Mechanickal. No costs involved, please PM your address and the way you would like it declared on the form.
David, do an experiment. Take the Christy, and drop it in your pocket while taking all other pocket knives our and stashing them. Try to go for a week with just the Christy in your pocket. Then, if you make it a week, do a second week. You may be surprised at how much the little sliding blade wonder will do in a normal urban/suburban life in the 21st century . I do these experiments on a regular basis to keep a reality check. I'll go fir a week with just a classic, or a week with just a Leatherman squirt. Its amazing at what we don't really need, vs want.