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    Thanks for a some times over looked SAK jack of all trades knife. Well done.
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    Wow. I ordered one just now, literally 10 minutes before coming on BCUSA and seeing this thread. No buyer's remorse at all, thank you.

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    Thanks Ranger Joe for a great review of one of my all time favorite knives. I carry mine every day. It hangs from my belt on a hanger KABAR USMC made for me so it doesn't drop to the bottom of the pocket. I use it all the time at work, home, and in the woods.

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    I've been looking at the SAK's for EDC, since I find my leatherman a bit too heavy and bulky, at times, and really like the farmer. In Denmark we have some pretty tough restrictions on knifes (especially when carrying them in the city) how long is the blade, and does it lock?

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    i can have it?
    Looks like good tool there,now bring on the beer and canned fruit cocktail -gross!

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    Good job Jojo, mine goes with me every outing
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    I love mine to. Great woods knife. thanks Joe Joe.

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    The blade length is 2.75" and does not lock. Total closed length of the tool is 3-3/8" (91mm). Reference:

    http://www.gpknives.com/victorinox-farmer.html



    Quote Originally Posted by TheDane View Post
    I've been looking at the SAK's for EDC, since I find my leatherman a bit too heavy and bulky, at times, and really like the farmer. In Denmark we have some pretty tough restrictions on knifes (especially when carrying them in the city) how long is the blade, and does it lock?

    Thank you.

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    The best thing about my Farmer is the a SUPER COOL FRIEND gifted it to me!!
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    Awesome review my friend!

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