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Here is a seldom seen, little known SAK; Buck Trekker. Though it carries the Buck name it was made by Wenger in standard SAK fashion and fitted with a Buck shield. This was an attempt by Buck in the mid 90's to enter the European market. They dropped the line after a couple of years, but used knives show up for sale online from time to time. Among Buck enthusiasts it's called a "Swiss Buck". I guess an SAK by any other name is still an SAK!
The Wenger Ranger 51 is a favorite of mine. Unfortunately this one has no pocket clip. Bought by Victorinox in 2005, the mark was 'retired.
Victorinox just announced the Outrider will be the 2017 choice for their exclusive Damast series. The limited edition knife reinterprets the popular outdoors multitool as a high-end collector’s piece that is among the most costly Swiss Army Knives ever produced.
The centerpiece of the Outrider Damast is the 3.4” Odin’s Eye pattern Damasteel blade. And, in place of the standard red cellidor scales, Victorinox opted for a premium wood fiber composite handle from Epicurean, a company that specializes in the material. The Victorinox emblem is inlaid onto the scales and each Outrider Damast comes with a serial number on the back of the knife.
Put a full picture of the knife please
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