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    My favorite is the Champ, there isn't much you can't do with it.

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    Thanks for everyone's ideas. This was just too good of a deal to pass up. it was $15 cheaper than a farmer and had additional blade instead of can opener which i did not really need.

    http://amzn.com/B0007QCOWE

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    The ranger for me.

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    I keep a Farmer model in my PSK and choose that model when it came time to buy my son his first knife.

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    Farmer is my most used. I have a one handed opening German army model too but not in love with the serrations. It is heavy too, so I carry the Farmer the most. It would be so great if they'd add a liner lock on the main blade of the Farmer, then it would be perfect!

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    My Sak huntsman is my favourite, just modified the blade a tad as the blade used to rest on the internal frame, and the last quarter inch was dulled by it, now I have removed some of the edge and resharpened it, there are no more issues. I have had the knife since I was 10, and I am 18 now, it goes everywhere with me.

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    I have a climber, but I thought it was a huntsman. Only difference is the climber has the corkscrew and huntsman as the phillips. Both have the awl on the back side. I found it difficult to strike a fire steel with it as the awl is springy and moves on you. I have thought about getting a new one but have not found one I like yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainamer View Post
    Thanks for everyone's ideas. This was just too good of a deal to pass up. it was $15 cheaper than a farmer and had additional blade instead of can opener which i did not really need.

    http://amzn.com/B0007QCOWE
    I just got a Pioneer Harvester a couple of months ago.

    Haven't really given it a work out but I like the way that Pruning blade makes fuzzies.


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    My Swiss Champ ~



    Or my GAK ~


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    Wow I am really glad I purchased two of these Pioneer Harvester Knife since they were discontinued. I love them my favorite SAK's

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