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Discussion in 'Multi-tools & Multi-purpose Knives' started by arizonaranchman, Sep 21, 2014.
The Pruner Sheepsfoot was measured for size today .
Just my usual every day, 365 days a year SAK that I can't leave home without.
VERY COOL with the little cut-out to allow the SAK shield to show when holstered... NICE!! You sir are a Grand Master leather craftsman - everything you make just amazes me. WOW!
That key-ring Classic and sheath of yours are iconic!
The Alox SAK's have really captured my heart in general, but this silver Pioneer is going to be with me all thru October (and probably well beyond!)...
Wenger '97 SI
Now that's a really cool light Al, what is that?? Make n model? I wanna look at that one
Today is the Pioneer... :thumbup:
That's the L3 Illumination L10C Clicky. One AA battery, 4 modes, 100 lumen max output. There's only one place to buy one...just google the name and you'll find it.
Interessting looking knife, KP. Is this with economy scales? Looks really great to me. Love the well used SAKs.
I'm getting more and more attached to this single layer beauty .
This thing just floats in your pocket and is a special blend of new look , colour and feel with old fashioned two bladed pen knife simplicity and efficiency .
Wow, that thing is really
Yes it is. I like the matte look and they do age well.
Vic Super Tinker
OC Pioneer today!
I´m trying my best
Great looking knife, and the cat is not bad looking either....
The Super Tinker is a nice tool I really like to carry. I even prefer it over the Climber - and that´s almost a darn good fellow!
The pruner is about the last knife that needs a sheath , it really is a " pocket " knife .
But there are times that I don't always have pockets so I decided to make a neck sheath , but I decided to try and kill two birds with one stone and make a neck sheath that could also be worn on your belt .
That's a pretty slick idea. The sheath looks like you did a excellent job on it and is very well made. :thumbup: