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Victorinox Swiss Army Evolution Pocket Knife S54 Tool Chest Plus $39.95

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Please do more research before randomly commenting on something you are not familiar with. The main blade on this knife does come with a lock.
Also, in most occasion, it is more socially acceptable to carry the swiss army knife than a knife or, in your case, a screwdriver in your pocket.
More "socially acceptable" to carry some huge Swiss army knife than a single blade pocket knife? I didn't even realize that was a social issue. You clearly are the expert so I'll bow out on this one 😂
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Like millions of other people, I have owned swiss army knives for decades. Personally used them more than a thousand times for numerous tasks. Currently: keychain, cars, tool box, tackle box, camera bag, golf bag, office, and more.
I put them in my first aid kits.
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Victorinox and Wenger Swiss army knives can have any of 7 different blade locking mechanisms.

20 different countries issue or approve swiss army knives to their military troops. NASA astronauts have also used swiss army knives on space missions.

Foolish to ignore facts. Stupid to deny use by literally millions of people.
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Victorinox and Wenger Swiss army knives can have any of 7 different blade locking mechanisms.

20 different countries issue or approve swiss army knives to their military troops. NASA astronauts have also used swiss army knives on space missions.

Foolish to ignore facts. Stupid to deny use by literally millions of people.
This thread has been dead for how long now? Why do you even care what my opinion is? Have fun with your toy.
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More "socially acceptable" to carry some huge Swiss army knife than a single blade pocket knife? I didn't even realize that was a social issue. You clearly are the expert so I'll bow out on this one 😂
Venture over to any knife forum and there's plenty of discussion of this.
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This thread has been dead for how long now? Why do you even care what my opinion is? Have fun with your toy.
Wasn't a direct reply, but glad you identified with it. Thanks and have fun in your bliss.
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Wasn't a direct reply, but glad you identified with it. Thanks and have fun in your bliss.
Yeah I noted the passive-aggressive nature of your response. I know you might not have the guts to reply to me directly so instead you choose to make some generic comment on the thread which clearly was indicated directly towards my comments. Since the ONE thing you can pick apart from my solid reasoning is that SOME Swiss army knives have locking blades, and that it has many "uses" (which was also my point, except I correctly stated it doesn't do all of them well).
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Weird. I never contribute to the NRA but never feel guilty about it.
You should.
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Please do more research before randomly commenting on something you are not familiar with. The main blade on this knife does come with a lock.
Also, in most occasion, it is more socially acceptable to carry the swiss army knife than a knife or, in your case, a screwdriver in your pocket.
I want to make a point on both sides of this discussion. 1. I agree to some extent that there is an unwritten social norm, if we can call it that, Swiss Army Knives are considered to be "Old School" "Grandpa" knives. Their two handed deployment is slow and less tactical. I can say the same about other knives such as Case, Boker, and specially something like an Opinel. The deployment method and the appearance of these knives looking more like tools makes it socially acceptable.

With that said, I can say that any Swiss Army Knife blade can be deployed in the wilderness if used properly and if expectations are adjusted to what it is. Dont go around battoning the blade. Dont pry with it. Use it for what it is, a slicer and you dont even have to worry about a locking vs non locking blade. I have carried a Swiss Army Tinker in my pocket for many years and I use every single tool on that thing. I was recently at a birthday party when my niece got a splinter and I used the tweezers to remove it. At the same birthday party we hung some decorations and they needed a knife to cut some rope, I had the knife. At the same party we had a BBQ that had a leg screw that needed to be tightened, I had the phillips screw driver. We had a few beers and guess who had the bottle opener? While we could have been better prepared for these situations it was very convenient for me to present my equally capable tool each time there was a need. My Swiss Army Tinker served me very well and at the end of the day, a few of my family ordered one each from Amazon. I am not sure if a single knife would have been able to set this type of impression unless my family was one of those, "I use a tactical knife to open up my letters" types of people.
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