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Wenger Soldier Swiss Army Knife.
This is the issue item made by both Wenger & Victorinox
It has aluminium scales rather than nasty red pastic ones
4 blades, knife, awl, bottle opener (& big screwdriver) and can opener (with small screwdriver)
NIB with a free Wenger black leather belt sheath for it SOLD shipped in the UK.
RAM Instrument Single LED keychain torch
This is a direct copy of a Photon II with a very bright blue LED and a translucent green case.
SOLD to the man in the green suit :D
It is the one on the right in the picture (Dave you should buy this to go with your car :D )
Case Red Bone Handle Damascus Blade Mini Trapper Single 2-3/4" Blade
This is a lovely little knife and while the damascus is not upto Devin Thomas or Mick's standards it is much prettier than the usual horrid shiny stainless you get on these knives.
I have touched up the edge on this on my Spyderco Sharpmaker (as the edge is it came from Case was s%^&e) and the bolsters have a couple of tiny scratches on them but it is in very good condition only carried a couple of times. I have the box to go with this.
Sold shipped in the UK
Spyderco Rescue old style with the moulded FRN clip.
This is the full size version with a 3.5" cutting edge fully serrated.
Black FRN handles & clip with drainage/drying slot in one side.
AUS8 blade steel still with the factory edge on it. Never been used to cut anything but I dont have the box for this one.
I cant find a scan of this one but if you want any more info give me a shout.
This has gone back into the car first aid box in the huff as no one wants it :D
I will find a freebie of some sort to throw in with any of the above.
28-04-03, 01:24 PM
Ohhhh, that Damascus folder is lovely... Pity i'm tapped out at present:(
Wayne - I have sent you an email
28-04-03, 03:40 PM
You have mail!:)
Nice to see another collector of small but quality knives!:p
Hey Baggie! Ok, I'll take the green LED light for the frogmobile keychain. Put me as first reserve for the Project One when you tire of it too!
Dave - ok on both counts.
Drop me a mail with your snail mail address and I will pop the led in the post.
30-04-03, 06:44 AM
Ah well, if we're booking them in advance of Harvey getting bored with them, the Mountaineer kind of appeals... :)
Dave & Peter - I dont want you two holding your collective breath on this one :D
30-04-03, 08:33 AM
Thought not :D
Peter, I was thinking more of the benefit that might be gained from an "accident" at Bisley while Harvey is in the Pistol galleries..
LOL - I had better not bring them along just in case you two are planning something :D
01-05-03, 10:06 AM
Yebbut, you'll have a couple of Sebenzas on you won't you?
"We can't possibly do that. Who would clear up the mess?"
All prices reduced for a quick sale :D
All prices reduced again (for the last time) as I really need to shift some of this stuff. A Surefire KL3 head that I had had on back order for months arrived with my Sebbie and was not budgeted for :rolleyes:
BTTT - someone MUST need some of my kit
23-05-03, 11:30 AM
Bring along one of them torch thingies & I may be persuaded to part with some dosh for it;)
The only "torch thingy" to use the technical term is a Photon III and I will bring it along :D
23-05-03, 11:45 AM
All them things are just torch thingies to me:p
That torch thingy that doesn't need a battery is still going strong. But I have trouble reading in the light, it's a bit dim:confused:
23-05-03, 11:58 AM
We call that the "sun", Colin :)
It goes dim on a daily basis at these lattitudes.
How did I miss you having a Photon 3, Harvey??? New funky microswitches or older leaf switches?
Peter - new funky microswitches :D
blue LED 10 quid to you guv :D
23-05-03, 04:44 PM
I originally had one of the older IIIs that was an absolute pig - it would eat batteries every couple of weeks even if it wasn't used. Sent it back, had it replaced by LRI and now I have a microswitch one - with the newer code on the microcontroller, so it's power saving mode is much more efficient.
Colin's got first refusal... :)
I heard something about problems with thme a while ago but my keyring one has had no problems at all and I have had it ages now (I think a year or so?)
This one is brand new, never even been out of the box ;)
23-05-03, 05:09 PM
Yeah, they fixed the problems at the same time as moving over to microswitches. Got mine about 2 years ago, I think - old stock.
Not convinced about the flashing modes, TBH - but the low power mode is quite handy.
prices dropped (for the last time :eek: )
05-06-03, 10:25 AM
You got mail!
05-06-03, 10:40 AM
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