Size

It is not always the case that bigger knives are the key but for sure size matters in the outdoors.  Basically as I see it is correct because a large saw can cut thicker branches. A large blade can cut more material. Basically a large knife is faster and more comfortable. It saves time and it is for sure a better outdoors tool! It depends on the personal philosophy and use. SAK is an outdoors products for sure. It is a knife designed in the Swiss Army Knife tradition. It is all good.

Size also matters sometimes in the ability to take more force. One should always remember that wrong use and to much force will damage any knife.

Take the time to read my pages under New Rangers.

06.11.2015

I can add that the extra size is helpful on Polypores too. The 130mm category is preferred by Hunters of animals because of the quality, correct size and comfort.

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19.10 | 18:22

I would say on the economy line without sewing eye up to 1987. With sewing eye 1985-1987 until today. The economy line got variations. BR

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19.10 | 18:18

Hi, good observation. The economy line does not follow the regular line. Some times it is close like the sewing eye can be 1985+ couple years on the economy.BR

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19.10 | 12:31

For example, if a Spartan economy line has a punch without a sewing eye, is it still pre 85?

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19.10 | 12:29

Hi Trond! A doubt. Are the tools dating rules on Vic's regular and economic lines the same?

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