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This is my Victorinox Fireman, and I carry it everyday, (unless I'm in school of course :) ). Note: the Awl isn't very easy to open, and it's flimsy, so I didn't show it, and also, the tweezers are missing. That is no problam though, since my mini SAK has tweezers.

Here's the main blade:


Here's the lock on the main blade:


Here are all of the tools opened:


Here is the back:


This is probanbly one of the most durable and reliable folding knives I've ever uses, and Victorinox is a very nice brand, since they never dissappointment me. :cool:
 

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Well thats a good start now you need to get a sharpening rod to sharpen you serrations. You can buy 'em at any sports store. Remember that a dull knife is more dangerous than a sharp one.


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I was using this knife to split a block of wood, which is an easy task for even small knives I own, and the lock on this knife broke, so now the blade opens like a normal SAK knife. But I now carry it just for the woodsaw and can opener.
 
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