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Scale mods are among the easiest mods that can be done, and have the most impact on the SAK. In fact, non SAK people will notice even a simple scale mod, like wood, before they would notice more complex layer or tool mods.
I am certain that any professional woodworker will consider this exactly how NOT to do it, or at the very least an extremely inefficient way of accomplishing what should be a relatively simple operation. But, I have fun doing it and I get to make a good old mess!
"Tim (FELINEVET) is making a special seasonal offer to SOSAK
members: Purchase at least $50. in merchandise from the FELINEVET Shop
and Tim will include an ALOX Solo or, for a $100. purchase, an ALOX
Bantamfree! Check out the Shop for lots of cool stuff. Lots of Red
Alox and other unusual and hard-to-get pieces.
When anyone mentions alox SAKs, most will picture the
Soldier, Farmer, or one of the others from the Pioneer series. This review will
deal with their smaller and seemingly less known/popular 84mm siblings...The
Cadets and Bantams.
The idea behind this article is pretty simple. I always carry a SAK and a folder. I wanted to see how I would feel carrying just a SAK or only a single bladed folder. For six days- three outdoors and three in the city- I’ll carry a Spyderco Paramilitary, then I’ll do the same with a Victorinox Huntsman. By the end of the twelve day trial period I will, hopefully, have some useful conclusions.
I exited my car at the beginning of the small winding dirt road. I would have to walk in from here. No car would make the half-mile trek on such a deeply rutted road. I popped the trunk open and withdrew the tightly packed olive drab bag. The backpack was a US military ALICE (All-purpose Light-weight Individual Carrying Equipment) bag and it contained the items I would need in order to be comfortable for the next several days.
After toying with a ’01 Soldier for a few
months, it’s now about right to do a review on this little alox bundle of
goodness.It looks cool, but how does
it really do? How does it work?How does it compare to that old standby, the
Camillus BSA Scout?
When it comes to Swiss Army Knives, the blade, scissors,
and corkscrew are probably the first tools to come to mind. But the corkscrew
has found a competitor: the #2 screwdriver. The debate between which one is
better has been a long and fierce one, and one can only imagine how many deaths
were the result of this arguing.
It was Sunday and my daughter and myself were going to my wife’s
85-year-old Aunt to help her with her packing and her moving
The hard question was what knives to take? It was an old Victorian
House with lots of big rooms and old antique type furniture. I did not
know what to expect, so I took my Swiss champ (recently customised with
blue translucent handles) and my Alox soldier.
The Victorinox versus Wenger debate will, for
the most part, go on forever. The fans of either knife realize that the fine
Swiss manufacturing in the knives makes BOTH brands superior for the price.
However, like Coke versus Pepsi, Arm and Hammer versus Mr. Clean, or the .45
ACP versus the 9 millimeter, the debate will likely never be fully resolved.