Victorinox 111mm Swiss Army knives

Victorinox 111mm Swiss Army knives

This is a picture of 6 very different 111mm Swiss Army knife models made by Victorinox. Top left is a Jumpmaster. This model usually has black nylon scales, but this one is red which is rather uncommon. Next to the Jumpmaster is the first version of the one-hand German Army knife, with the older, oval shaped thumb hole and a low-profile lock release. The next one is the 2010 Dutch Army knife. This was the first Victorinox knife with 2

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Amefa Dutch Army Knife - KL70

Victorinox and Amefa DAKs

Here are a couple of Dutch Army Knives. The brown one is made by Amefa (the Apeldoornse MEssenFAbriek or knife factory of Apeldoorn). It’s in pretty bad shape, but hey, it’s 41 years old :) The brass liners look good though. Real nail breaker this one. The KL 83 one is made by Victorinox. It has a bail and non-polished opener tools. This one has a broken blade tip, but the other tools look virtually unused. It has brass liners.

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Victorinox 2010 Dutch Army Knife - dual liner lock

Victorinox 2010 Dutch Army Knife

This is the 2010 model of the Dutch Army Knife (DAK). It is closely related to the Victorinox DualPro knife, but has a Phillips screwdriver instead of a corkscrew. The DAK has olive green nylon scales with an embossed Dutch army emblem. There are no toothpick and tweezers. Both large blades are one handed opening. The main blade is serrated, the other blade is an emergency blade or seat belt cutter. The DAK has 2 stainless steel locking liners: both

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Victorinox 1993 Dutch Army Knife

1993 Dutch Army Knife by Victorinox

This is the previous model of the Dutch Army Knife (DAK), made by Victorinox. It is the same as the 111mm Centurion model, but without the tweezers and toothpick and with a Dutch military logo embossed in the front scale. It was first issued in 1993 and had been the standard knife for the Dutch military until it was replaced by a new model in 2010. The DAK 2010 has 2 one-handed (OH) opening blades while the 1993 model has

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