EcchiSpud: I remember having a Pocket Pal (pretty certain that was the one -- one main
blade, one short blade, red plastic scales) when I was a kid; probably the
best non-locking knife I had back then. Don't know where it is now;
tempted to get another, or (more likely) this one. Thanks!
Lightning1ab: lol cats
shane barrkman: im not touching that 1
samstterhamstteer: Anyone know the name or have any information on the victor knife posted on
my page please let me know thank you. LOOKS VERY SIMILAR TO THIS ONE BUT
JUST THE SINGLE LARGE BLADE
AirForce194: Oh wow, thats not bad at all.
cutlerylover: Im sorry to hear you like a different kind of review, the good news is
there are alot of other guys who post those such videos, straight to the
point, facts boom done, 5 minutes...you will enjoy those videos more, sorry
to see you go...I turn the camera on and start talking as if a person is in
front of me, thats what I do, I dont stick to a certain format, some like
that some dont...
reasoning777: Hi Jeff, sorry for the interrupt but just wanted to say, imo "what's in
store for us after death" thoughts on this vary and mostly hinge on id you
have a "Faith" or (Religion), my Faith is in the fact that nothing happens
after death, just like sleeping is the best way of explaining it, only
totally blank, no dreams nightmares, Hell etc etc etc Nothing. My faith
does continue on from there, but that's not for this forum.. Good vid as
always Jeff, nice one.
blanksskateteam: nice vid
tacdriver22mk2: what about that exact knife exept with metal/steel scales (red finish)
appletime101: you sound like youve comtemplated suicide. and think about your devoted
187chona: lost a member of the fam 11-23-09
Hissatsu5 .: he had diabetes bad ever seance he was 14 and he lives to be in his 50s and
he is a lot better of now i just wish i new him longer
starfighter1235: jeff are u on twitter?
joaquindcj4: Thats a big box for a very small knife.
CurlyWurly: @samstterhamstteer It's called a sentry from what I have gathered :) Try
google to find it.
Soullessnut: nah a kitty is someone who needs a big knife to feel like a tough guy.
manx1324: i looking fo a sak that is like the super tinker but without the parcel
hook and has a saw. does anyone have any suggestions.
cutlerylover: utility work almost every day
Stonecold Nugguh: my SAK and Wenger are fleshy
wtf123456789100: i am sorry for offensing anyone i apologize for my lack good sense
chichifresco667: i just bought mine and it is coming on tuesday. you can get it for $15 from
amazon. it great and thin and well......... its victorinox!!!!
Foxxy: i was thinking the same thing... im keeping my reviews less than at least 5
olchevyman: my local knife shop has these secretaries but only in a blueish purple
color, with the boyscouts symybol on it...lol
Naffini: Wrong, Karl Elsener made the first Swiss army knife, he then went on to
name his compant Victorinox.
aazazaz: kewl love ure vids
nascardude152: Psyke Marco, victorinox dates back to the 1800s Wenger was in the 1900's
Btw nice vid jefd
LordRuckus: Just some info on gun ownership @ptowndrummer - About half of US gun owners
report owning an average of 8 guns. Depending on your frame of reference,
having 10 guns might seem unusual but on the other hand, most of the
households I am familiar with either own 0 guns or they own a dozen guns.
Just depends on where you are and who you know I guess.
lilbigd2010: I really love victorinox. They're really reliable but i don't like how they
don't have the knob that helps you flick it out easier. I like to open my
knives fast. And I can't do that with many victorinox knives.
cutlerylover: no but it cna dent...
ian johnson: awesome, i think you should review the bm 940 or sog vulcan mini or regular
reservoirdogs617: second comment. not bad
rachelbreaker: I disagree, personally, not having a practical need for a tactical knife, I
would say a wedding would be the perfect application for one. In fact, what
better place to pull out a tactical knife than at a wedding.
cutlerylover: self defense is the last reason I carry my knives, I use them for utility
work daily at work and out fo work...they are tools 1st
M1L03: That little blade can be excellent atack, or, in certan scenario, self
defence weapon, because you can open it while it is still concealed in your
pocket, with a little practice, of course. Personally, I use little blade
for common purposes and trying to keep my large blade razor sharp.
zampakto93: i guess it depends but it says it on the box its 13.75
DonHuffo: That's a reason why some people like me enjoy his videos so much. It's not
just informative like a commercial. Its like your buddy is talking to you.
Every video is somewhat different. No talking points but variety. I love
this kind of honest fun reviews and the longer the better. I watch Jeffs
videos because I like to hear his opinion about a lot of different things.
His divagation sets him apart form other "testers" here on youtube with I
really like. He is more of an informative entertainer
cutlerylover: sorry to ehar of your bad luck, I have owned dozens for various palces
bought online and off and have never got a dull one...
zanuha: @samstterhamstteer It's a Solo.
187chona: because he is the nephew of advil p.m.
pocketbanana: lol i typed sypdergo, :-D i meant spyderco. i should be more careful , i
don't want to give those chinese knock-off manufacturers any ideas for
Benny1581: More of a general example of outsourcing rather than a specific comment in
regards to the SAK... Yes, Swiss made to the best of my knowledge, good
DrUmRbOy67: I wanna knife so light in my front pocket that i ask....'where is my knife"
and this is the model i'm buying next.
vampirewerewolfghost: a funeral
cutlerylover: thanks, ya cant get enough of these SAK's...doesnt matter how many you have
theres always another modle you woudl like to own, haha
cutlerylover: Thanks, Im sorry to hear of your loss...
Zackolate: The worst cut i got from a knife was a cheap locking blade. I was closing
it and the blade just slipped out of my hand quarter inch cut in my index
finger and i had scout camp the weekend.
reasoning777: Hi excuse the interrupt of your conversation with @ ptowndrummr , this was
actually a question I had some time back, it's a fare question, and I
congratulate you on your reply, others could well of taken the chance to
kick up a fuss or whatever, nice one, appreciated
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