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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I just came across this and thought it might be of interest: It's a small ferro 'rod' that replaces the toothpick in a Swiss army knife. Might be useful if you don't use the toothpick very...
  2. Urban Survival
    The SAK champ is what i carry in my maxpedition micro (my edc wallet) 5' 550 cord, small faro rod, book of match's, maglite 3A light with spare battery, 2 in ranger band,, 6 band aids, money ID's and doc's 1 zipplock bag to cover this kit and phone for waterproofing. This my complete urban kit...
  3. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Here are a few surprising facts about Swiss Army Knife. 1. The first SAKs were German, not Swiss 2. The original SAK was made of wood, not metal 3. U.S. troops coined the term ‘Swiss Army knife’ 4. The largest SAK weighs 11 pounds 5. The SAK is constantly evolving
  4. Primitive Weapons, Bows and Crossbows
    Heres a sling I constructed about a year ago from a local sedge that grows all over my area. I harvested the sedge from some common land across the road from my house. Took a bit of practise to get the hang of at first, but its like riding a bike, as soon as you pick it up again it all comes...
  5. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Tried searching the boards but couldn't find one.... So how do you clean your SAK? I have the Victorinox Craftsman. All I do is use tissues and cotton buds with baby oil to clean mine. I heard someone before that he submerged his SAK on a warm water (previously boiled) to loosen all parts from...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Before beginning this post, I want to make clear that there is no way I can give credit to everyone whose information helped me in the construction of this idea and kit. However, I can give credit to two of the major sources, Survivalist Boards, and Nutnfancy's video "Concept USK) I have...
  7. Knives, Swords & Axes
    And it comes with a lifetime guarantee! lol.
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Simply: Multitool e.g. Leatherman, Gerber OR Swiss Army Knife e.g. Victorinox... and why?
  9. Off Topic Lounge
    There is a new french army knife on the market. Do you think is going to compete against the swiss army knife?
  10. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Heres a question what knife do you carry around most of the time... In the city and outside... For me In the city most of my time or in a park I carry a benchmade torrent 890 folding assisted opening knife.. In the bush I usally carry the same unless its a remote area or i dont know the area...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I personally believe the Victorknox Swiss Army Knife (specifically the Officer Version)... is the single most useful survival item an individual could have.. what do you think? what is your vote for single most useful survival item? please don't say your brain or training and such... cause...
  12. Knives, Swords & Axes
    tell me what you prefer
  13. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Like my swisschamp as it has everthing, its especially the small things i find indespesiple sometimes, the little pen, toothpick, needle and mini screwdriver...problem is now im working as a handyman on an island and find it just doesnt cut all the tools, but i ant get enough force from...
  14. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I'm off to Geneva, Switzerland for a couple of days this weekend and thought ... where better to buy a Swiss army knife from?! Hoping the prices would be better there than here ... we'll see :P Anyway, I was thinking of the SwissChamp model but what do you thing about it or other models...
  15. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I think the term gets destorted or interperted as fighting knives to often. Personally a survival knife can be a Swiss Army Knife and actually they are more versitile in a true survival situation. I generally break...
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