The Victorinox Hunter seems to be the most underestimated 111mm series victorinox.
At a small weight (103g)
and pocketable size (thin 3 layer ~16,5mm) it offers a very flexible array of tools.
In many areas it wins with the heavier yet also 3 layer Trailmaster or Forester (~124g)
In spite of many advantages It doesn't seem to have found many users.
- the combo tool -
is twice as thick as on other SAKs (91mm and 84mm) so can be used as a prying blade, though it's not lockable and not as wide as on some 111mm vics
great can opener (better that the regular victorinox opener),
quick bottle opener
decent flat screwdriver,
if used at an angle you can unscrew philips screws.
thin wire stripper
- gutting blade -
great for making kindling. Because of it's shape and extreme sharpness you can easily shave of a bunch of pretty thick wooden splinters.
Cuts rope or material in a flash.
because of a blunt tip it can be considered as a rescue blade.
I haven't used it for preparing game but it works very well according to reviews as it does not cut intestines.
- wood saw -
the wood saw on the 111mm is the best of all vic saws. great tool.
the back of the saw is great for getting sparks of off the firesteel.
very effective at cutting animal bones.
- corkscrew -
apart from cork pulling I use it for pulling stuffed cotton wool out of small containers.
Great for untanglint knots since it isn't sharp and yet is pointy.
Also I keep a bundle of thread with a needle and a pin stuck into the bundle in the corkscrew.
small patented screwdriver can be kept alternatively
- large blade -
as usually great, lockback locking mechanism, plain edge easy to sharpen.
- awl/reamer -
contrary to many 111m models the hole in the punch is there.
fantastic punch, great for making holes in leather, wood, plastic.
- scales - It comes with either olive or red scales. A model with a philips instead of the corkscrew is sold in camo.
The tool array seems to be a mesh between vic forester, rescue tool (gutting blade), picknicker (awl with hole). Some might miss the OH access because it is made only with a regular blade.
All in all one of the best outdoor activities' knife that can also be easily EDC'd
You can watch a short review of the camo version here: