A True MacGyverism =)paladin wrote:Duh... a Honeybee. From the Honeybee he would use a gum wrapper, 5 1/8 inches of used kite string, a half eaten tin of mustard sardines, & a 1943 Buffalo nickle to fashion an electronic scrambling device to disable the bad guy's death ray aimed at the Washington monument.
TrueTheRaven wrote:Probably a Delica. But then, I distinctly recall, he didn't always carry the same Model SAK.
His most commonly used knife was a "Tinker" model from Victorinox. But throughout the show he used several different models of both Victorinox and Wenger brands to match particular tools used in the episodes.
In one episode he uses an Orange Peeler blade; probably from a Victorinox "Executive." He may have used an older model "Explorer" from Victorinox later in the series. He also used the Sportsman in "Lost Love pt. 1 and 2", the Recruit in "GX-1", and the Climber in "Three for the Road." In "Tough Boys" he uses a Tinker (with the key ring removed) to unlock a large padlock.
He also had a couple of non-production models that were obviously modified for the series.
In "Serenity," he has a knife with wood panels to stay in setting with the period of the episode.
In "Strictly Business" he used a knife with the Victorinox shield on the back handle of the knife instead of the front.
The knife seen in the opening of each episode is a Wenger, as noted by its long keychain