Victorinox Armee one-handed Trekker with corkscrew

Victorinox Armee One-Handed Trekker or Forester

This is an unusual, 111mm one-handed Swiss Army Knife from around 2003. I don’t know it’s exact name, but it’s basically a one-handed Trekker (OHT) with a corkscrew instead of the Phillips screwdriver and with camo scales with an Armee imprint. Toolwise, it is the same as the new one-handed Forester. But since that the Forester OH did not exist in 2003, it was called the OHT with corkscrew. Interestingly, my knife has the newer style thumb hole in the

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Victorinox 108mm knives

Victorinox 108mm knives

These knives are from the 108mm Victorinox knives. The 108mm range started when Victorinox began making the German Army Knife (GAK) to specification for the German army. Based on the GAK, a couple of other knives have been available until recently. There are a limited number of different tools in the series and the 108mm knives are at most 3 layers thick. The knives are very durable and functional. I will take more pictures of the individual knives later ;)

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Black Victorinox SAKs

There is a thread on the MultiTool.org forums about black Swiss Army knives, with lots of great pictures.  I happen to like black cellidor scales a lot. In fact, it’s one of my favorite scale colors, along with green and any kind of colored alox. Here are some of my black Victorinox SAKs. I have some more, including a black Compact (awesome EDC knife!), more Classics and a black SwissCard: A little info on the knives in the picture: The

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