A: it's genuine, most of them either have Victorinox or the cross, not both, "OFFICIER; SUISSE" is also a great indicator.
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- Victorinox Swiss Army Champion Plus Pocket Knife
- Does not include pliers as a tool
- Complete set of Swiss Army tools to use while camping, hiking, fishing, and more
- Contains 30 stainless-steel tools, with 60-plus individual parts
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Swiss army knives and the law?
So sorry if this has been dealt with before, I did look in FAQ's but found nothing that explained. So to business, I have a Swiss army knife, a Victorinox Officier Suisse with so many attachments I don't know where to begin, even a ballpoint. Perhaps to sign surrender documents with? The longest blade is under 3" cutting edge. Can I carry this when on my country walks. Coast to Coast and such? A: A slip joint is a folding knife where the blade is does not lock in the open position, but rather a spring keeps the blade open for some safety. It can be closed without the need to operate any device or lock mechanism. Think of the Swiss Army Knife basic design, the blade opens by pulling it open and it closes simply by folding it. A slip joint with less than a 3" blade is legal carry in the UK.
The Macro Monday theme this week is contraptions ... the big one / standard size is an Officier Suisse and the small one on top is a miniature not much longer than a match ...