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Topic: A swiss Army Knife for the new millenium:  (Read 757 times)

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Finally!  I always wondered why the other Swiss companies never put a blade lock on the small knives.
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Seems like these are the most common knifes/ utility tools for boy scouts. Glad they finally decided to "reinvent" the knife to accommodate a locked blade.


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what no corkscrew??


 

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