Please note that all content in this section has been imported from our old Sosakonline website and may contain broken links. We are revising it as we can, but these things take time, and it's a lot of content to get through! Can I reuse scales that I took off another knife? Yes you can reuse scales however they may no longer hold on by themselves and might need to be glued on.
Try to use only a small amount of glue epoxy or a similar dating swiss army knife bodied glue- crazy or superglues may seep into the joints or distort the plastic in the holes for the pivot pins, being careful not to get any near the toothpick or tweezer slots. Dating swiss army knife SOSAKonline Archives April January February March April May June July January February March April May June July August September October November December SOSAKOnline FAQ's Details Category: Monday, 27 March Here we will try to answer as many of the most common questions bout SAKs, collecting, maintaining etc, as well as any site or forum related questions you may have.
If you dating swiss army knife see your question answered here, there is a short form to fill out to have it submitted and hopefully answered. What does the number stamped on the main blade of a Victorinox Soldier or Wenger Standard Issue model mean? The datestamp on this Soldier indicates it was made in You can clearly see the Victorinox stamp on this German Army Knife.
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Wenger Skier Swiss Army Knife. It was designed by and made primarily for the Italy market. A page of an old Victorinox catalog from with an overview of all Alox models with names and numbers. Swiss Army Cigar Cutter. Jul 2 A group dedicated to knives and equipment used by Scouts, Hikers, Fishers, Sailors and all the other outdoor adventurers. Swiss Army Cadet Orange Olive Pink Blue Green. The SwissChamp is widely used by hunters, outdoorsmen and in everyday situations as a useful, all-purpose knife.