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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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 one-handed German Army Knife (OH-GAK)

Victorinox one-handed German Army Knife (OH-GAK)

The one-handed German Army Knife (OH-GAK) replaced the 108mm GAK in 2003. This knife is almost identical as the one-handed Trekker, a 111mm liner locking knife with a one-handed, partially serrated main blade, a wood saw, a can opener and a locking can opener/screwdriver/pry bar. It also has a reamer/awl, Phillips screwdriver and a keyring. The GAK has olive drab green scales with a German Army eagle molded in the front scale and lacks the toothpick and tweezers of the

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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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