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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by arizonaranchman, Sep 21, 2014.
José, your photos are amazingly realistic and accurate.
Vic Adventurer for the big cutting and tools, and the Alox Mini-Champ for the scissors and smaller blades/tools.
Great story. I used to hang out with my dad and grandpa. I wanted to be like them. My grandpa farmed and branched all his life and that is what I grew up doing. My dad became an electrician along with helping on the farm. We lived just a few miles from grandpa so I saw him most everyday. My grandpa is gone now but I still have all my memories of him. I like to share my memories with my kids. That was what our little fishing trip was all about. I like to take them to the place where my memories were made and make new ones with them. We had a blast and caught some nice bass also. My grandpa showed me the value of a good knife. That is what I shared with my boy in giving him a recruit like mine. Soon it will be time for my youngest daughter to have a knife. She has taken a liking to my classic on my key chain. So I see a classic in her future.
Farmer in Delta slip sheath.
A very neat looking sheath you have there
Thanks, just arrived recently. Seems well made and carries nicely.
Thank you very much, Richard.
I love the small blade on my Excelsior.
... and also the complete collection (with date) of pioneer´s.
The recruit as always.
Outrider for the last few days. Usually have a sak of some sort and a big folder so is a good compromise between the two.
SAK alox, Nespresso collection of pioneer´s (missing the 1st in the series).
Victorinox Purple Floral Knife
Today is SAK Monday.. gonna be my Explorer on my belt and the Alox Electrician in rfp.
Yep, I love em, they are an excellent add on. I always have a SAK toothpick on me as it rides in my wallet so the firefly has taken the toothpick slot on many of my SAK's