Victorinox Horseshoe Nail Knife

Victorinox Horseshoe Nail Knife

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You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight, but you bring one everywhere else. You never know when you might need to cut some cheese, sharpen a stick or spring a trap so it’s good to be prepared. Even better if the knife is a multi-tool because then you can also use it to repair your gun as well. Victorinox (the Swiss Army brand) partnered with designer Christopher Raeburn and released this horshoe nail knife as part of their “Remade in Switzerland” Capsule collection. Any regular Swiss Army knife is good, but this one is better because it’s crafted from surplus military horseshoe nails melted down and recast as knife scales. After that, it gets packaged in the original coated paper box that held the nails. This is a knife to have a gunfight over.

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