Good day guys! Greetings from this part of the world and welcome to another blog of my fairly recent Swiss Army Knife (SAK) acquisitions.
What we have today are two different SAKs which I never expected them to be. You see, they were advertised as different models until the day it arrived in my doorsteps/picked it up. Here’s the story:
The Wenger AP Blaze 13 was, I thought initially, an AP Blaze 10. It came with the Sierra Paracord Set and laser pointer. I bought the set from a seller in Cebu. When it arrived, I found out that it has a saw which was probably overlooked by the seller. Or was it?
The Vic knife was, as many would probably think, a Vic Climber based on the above photos. It was actually, as I have found out later, a Huntsman. Again, the seller must have overlooked the saw hiding in between the liners. I was actually surprised and happy with these finds. BTW, I had to cycle my way to the seller’s preferred meetup place in Mandaluyong. Please see my next post as I also did some cycling for another SAK pickup prior to this meetup.
BTW, here’s some info about the AP Blaze 13:
Realtree’s AP Blaze pattern is not only easier to see than standard colors but the applied natural elements like leaves, pine needles and tree limbs create a realistic 3D effect that’s as attractive as it is useful. The perfect combination of color and camouflage. It effectively reveals hunters to other humans, while concealing them from the color-blind eyes of deer.
- Ergonomic handles
- 2.5″ blade
- 2.75″ double-cut wood saw
- Patented locking screwdriver
- Cap lifter
- Wire stripper
- Can opener
- Nail file
- Nail cleaner
- Key ring
Thanks and have a good day! Ciao!