Oh you would love a KLOTZLI folder. I've handled 3 of them and the Carbon Fiber handles are rock solid. The only gripe I've got against KLOTZLI is that they use a lot of what we knife purists believe are antiquated blade steels. Many of their premium models are made with ATS-34 and 440C. But their designs are so intriguing I'm going to try to look past that. They do have a new fixed blade model that has M390 so maybe they are finally responding to what the end line users desire.
bearrowland wrote: ↑Thu Jan 23, 2020 8:44 pmI think that's the awl and a file out the front David, but I might be wrong. I agree with you on the Spirit. It's a fantastic multitool. I don't own one, but my son has one and has lent it to me. I have the full sized Swisstool, which is a fantastic piece of craftsmanship, but the Spirit is every bit as capable and a lot easier to carry.
I carried a SOG Multi-Tool while in the Army that I had customized. Sadly I left it in my truckbox for a loooonnnggg time and it was a heap of rust. I'd heard good things about the Victorinox Multi-Tools so I decided to get one. Silly as it seems I would rather have scissors on my Multi-Tool than a blade. I also like having a Saw. Victorinox Spirit X had me covered.Evil D wrote: ↑Thu Jan 23, 2020 10:22 pmI debated on which tool to get years ago and went with the Spirit mainly because if weight. I was coming from a really heavy SOG and the weight was getting old. I was worried the Spirit being smaller meant it wouldn't handle hard work as well but I've beat it to death and it hasn't failed me yet. I'm going on 10 years of EDC with it.
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