0063 – Victorinox Hiker (21st TSC Retention SGM)

This is a red 91mm Victorinox Hiker with metal emblem “Compliments of 21st TSC Retention SGM”.

The emblem refers to the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, which is part of US Army Europe.

external links: SAK Wiki   21st TSC (Wikipedia)   21st TSC (website)   USAEUR (Wikipedia)

0062 – Victorinox Hunter (108mm)

This is the Victorinox Hunter. It is from the discontinued 108mm series with nylon scales. The Hunter is available with different scales, and two types of gutting blades (serrated and non-serrated). There is also a 111mmm version with locked blade called the Hunter.

external links: SAK Wiki

 

0045 – Victorinox Dutch Army Knife (2010 model)

This is the 111m Dutch Army Knife, the standard issue of the Dutch armed forces (army, air force and navy). This is the current model, in use since 2010.

It has two liner locked blades: one partial serrated main blade and one gutting/rescue blade. The cap lifter is also liner locked, so it can be used as a prybar.

The scales are green (olive drab) nylon, with the so called “interservice” logo of the Dutch armed forces.

The interservice logo represents three branches of the Dutch armed forces: the army, navy and air force.

external links: SAK Wiki

0012 – Victorinox Mauser

The 108 mm Mauser is variation on the German Army Knife, with an extra clip point blade. Victorinox licenced the name Mauser, as stated on the clip point blade: “Name Unter Lizenz Der Mauser-Werke Oberndorf GmbH”. The saw blade has a protective cover.

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0002 – Victorinox Trailmaster (or: Trekker)

The Victorinox Trailmaster is the second Swiss Army Knife I bought. It’s key features are a locking blade and extra strong caplifter (which also locks and can be used as a small prybar). In other parts of the world this knife is also known as the Victorinox Trekker.

 

external links: SAK Wiki