SAK Farmer Pouch?

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  1. VinoNoir

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    Im currently looking for a pouch by which I can attach to my belt. Ive searched around on the net and have found a few, but none specify weather they would carry the Farmer etc.

    For example: http://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Le...4677202&sr=8-8&keywords=swiss+army+knife+case

    and this: http://www.amazon.com/Wenger-89825W...677202&sr=8-10&keywords=swiss+army+knife+case

    Basically Im looking for a case I can attach to my belt that will A) fit the Farmer snugly and B) close securely.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks.
     
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    E-mail Victorinox to find out what they have to say.
     
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    Doesn't mean you have to purchase it there, but perhaps will give you a starting point.

    Good luck.
     
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    You're welcome. Getting one, myself!
     
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    Nice piece of kit. Post a review when you can, please.
     
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    The Victorinox Zermatt pouches are well-made, sturdy brown tooling leather, decorated with a stamped basketweave pattern. The flat, sewn belt loop will take a belt up to about 2" wide.

    The steel is high quality and just right for touching up the blade.
     
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    That Zermatt looks pretty good, another option to consider is having a pouch handmade by one of the wonderful vendors on this forum.
     
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    I have a Medium Zermatt 33205 (black). I think the one pictured in the Central Valley site might be the wrong pouch...it looks like one for a wider knife.
     
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    I had a Zermatt in the Long Long Ago, the Before Time ... it was quite well constructed.
     
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    My medium pouch fits the Hiker - a 3 layer knife measuring 1/2" thick - perfectly.
     
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    Here you go...

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    thats rather nice mate did you make it yourself?

    if OP fancies a go the small tandy leather kit fits

    this started out as one but got modded a bit and is now an opinels home but it fits a farmer too

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    That's the Victorinox Medium Zermatt pouch with sharpening steel mentioned earlier.

    #33205 is black
    #33204 is brown
     
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    Looks like Spork beat me to it. But Ill definitely chime in when I get her and have used her a bit.


    It states that it is in fact the medium size. I suppose Ill see when it comes. If need be Ill just return it.

    I quite like the look of that, and the fact that there's a spot for a fire steel. Perhaps Ill be getting a new home for mone of my other SAK's.
     
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    You'll probably be sent the correct one...the boxes they come in are labeled with the model number.
     
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    I was sent the correct one. And it is stout! Very nice quality.

    The sharpening steel fits a little loose in it's holder. To fix that, I found a smallish rubber band and looped it through the ring on top of the steel. I then took the opposite end of the rubber band, and stretched it down to the tip and over it. This effectively keep it in place.
     
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    Yeah, I forgot to mention that you'd have to secure the steel to prevent loss. Glad you found what you wanted.
     
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    Thanks for the help, guys!
     

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