Swisa Swiss Knife


This is my latest Swiza knife and this got many of the latest development by the Brand. It got the designation HU05 R-TT, orange /Pin.

It is equipped with a gutting blade and the tick-tool. The edge on the gutting is very sharp but fully possible to touch it up just some and receive the superior sharpness quickly. I am also very glad to see the attachment for a key-ring on this Swiza knife. It is a nice design feature and actually makes the over-all design of the knife even better. The attachment is an extension of the spring and therefore very solid. It is a really eye-popping design on this I must say. There are no regrets for purchasing one.

The design of the gutting blade is very well rounded so this makes the handle extra comfortable when it is closed in. When you are using the main locking blade the back of the functions are rounded for best comfort without gloves.

I found some interesting details on the backside tang stamp as well. Everything is well put together with precision. I hope you like the picture because I managed to bring out the design and color shade the best possible. I would say it is a bit better looking in my hand. This is a robust package and probably would take little space in the jacket-pocket. 102 grams was the number the weight scale read.

It feels good to see such orange camouflage designs again.

Hunters Tool 04.11.2020

I am really happy today to show you my latest Swiza Swiss knife! It is so educational to see the development from this Brand with knives. This model got the locking one hand opening blade with the combination edge. With the serrations placed on the inner section of the blade. These two developments automatically open safety factors that can be very helpful in demanding situations. The model got the same scales as you see on the model above that is a hunting designated tool too. It is called Orange pine. Swiza call the serrations for wavy edge and you also have the gutting blade. So you have two nice blades on this model with the designation SH10 TR-HUTT orange pine. I really like the models with many functions because the handle becomes extra comfortable in the hand. It fills the hand, so I am very sure to say that this is an excellent safety knife that fit right into what I have been writing about on SAKhome.com

This model is a Hunters tool with all of the important functions needed there. The one hand blade got a really cool design. It even got the tick tool that is so helpful for removing and finding ticks. It works I have used them several times. It is a complete tool for hunters and you have the possibility to have a key ring or lanyard for extra safety. It is a very different blade design compared to the regular Swiza blade, you have jimping and support for the thumb.

Single hand blade and tick tool, key ring possibility. Tweezers too


I hope you like it here on SAKhome.com, it is a kind place for everyone. It is a big highlight for me every time i get the a new function or design in my hands. The development is going in the right direction for sure.



First i mentioned how the comfort increases with the number of layers. It feels very comfortable and safe. I guess some would wonder about the new blade design and how it influences the grip when using the wood-saw and the other functions. The back of the blade is well rounded which is nice and the thickness of the handle avoid the fingers from conflicting with the blade when it is closed. When you use the wood saw for example. The ergonomics is very good and I like it very much.

The Single Hand blade is rather easy to open with one hand so this is a safety blade in my opinion.

The Edge 16:03

 The blade is a lockable singe hand opening blade with the waves on the inner section. There is a small portion with plain edge on the absolute inner portion close to the sharpening choil.  This is actually very interesting because usually such a small portion would not be used. It is a very nice start point when you should cut rope or similar materials. You start there and slide with a saw motion along the edge. It is also a portion that can be used for precision.


I have already tested the cutting ability on this combination edge. I started on the closest part and used pull-cut. It cut the tough rope in a second. Very good. 16:25


This hunting designation got the gutting blade which is a solid design. You use the acute tip on the combination blade to open with.

On blades for gutting I use diamond coated rods, follow the angle and remove the burr on the backside after this. I also use different size rods for waves and serrations. You can also use one rod that gradually becomes thicker. The best is to use rods that fit the size of the serrations or waves. Follow the angel of the wave and remember when you are finished with the waves to remove the burr on the opposite side, by using a small flat diamond coated stone a few strokes lengthwise. The plain edge on the blade got a traditional edge with an angle on both sides.  I just got this knife today so this info today is in general. I have sharpened and maintained all types of serrations and waves, regular edges and rescue blades.  In my opinion the best is diamond coated stones and rods. Avoid the very coarse surfaces. Medium to fine is enough. It is smart to have a selection of sharpening tools. It is very easy to maintain them.



I do some fishing in the period spring until autumn and many forget that you can use gutting blades on fish too. This is to avoid certain intestine to affect the meat.

By placing the plain edge on the front section of the blade you can use it for dressing animals and skinning. I am not a hunter of animals but for sure it is so from the things I have seen. Hope you did enjoy my page today!



PS I do not want to start a discussion with fish to be animals. For sure they probably are animals, lol. Well I do not hunt on land that is. Enjoy! BR Trond




Last today i would like to write some about the wood-saw. First I can mention that Swiza call the gutting blade eviscerate blade. Most call them Gutting blades and it is important to remember that because a blade is shaped like this it can for sure be used for many things besides disemboweling. Ok, the wood saw is special. Swiza call it wood-saw with 31 teeth. I could clearly see a difference because of the larger teeth. It is many cool developments going on. I would believe this could be used for some bone work too. It is typical that SAKs and Swiss knives with wood saw can be used for some bone work as well. This model is a serious hunters tool I would say.







20.02.2021 Swiza

 I have not forgotten about Swiza, here is the evidence. It is not dark yet :) I got a few more. We SAK and Swiss knife people know some quality. We can do any quality control we want on slip-joints and pocket knives. 


Check out my Swiza pages to the left....Thank you very much for visiting my page! Good luck. 

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03.01 | 15:26

The 120mm continued after the New Ranger. They had Patent and not pat pend. I say pat pend first then patent next. But! Wenger did many variations! :)

03.01 | 15:08

The old Ranger 120mm is from 1991, on my 1993 it is pat pend I have seen it on 1991 too and Swissbuck as well! Wenger can be a minefield because of variations

03.01 | 15:04

It is a superb question. Wenger used different stamps, some because of european laws. Usually the quality and steel is the same. Which is first? Not sure.

03.01 | 14:48

Hi! Sorry for late answer. I have seen many variations with Wenger, please send pic to trondsak@sakhome.com

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