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- Victorinox Swiss Army Rambler Pocket Knife
- Enclosed in stylish red housing made to exacting Victorinox standards
- Includes small blade, set of mini scissors, and plastic toothpick
- Nail file with screwdriver tip; bottle opener with magnetic screwdriver tip
- Victorinox Swiss Army Manager Pocket Knife (Red)
- Bottle opener with mini-phillips screwdriver that is perfect for assistance with eye wear.
- Just 2-1/4 inches long
- Manager includes 10 unique features including blade, mini-screwdriver tip, ball point pen and scissors
- Victorinox Swiss Army Classic SD Pocket Knife (Black)
- Lifetime warranty against defects in workmanship and materials
- Manufactured by Victorinox, the original Swiss Army Knife
- Handy key ring is included
- Victorinox Swiss Army Executive Pocket Knife (Black)
- Measures 3" with unique orange peeler feature
- Lifetime warranty against defects in workmanship or materials
- Manufactured by Victorinox, manufacturer of the Original Swiss Army Knife
- Victorinox Swiss Army Rally Pocket Knife
- Cap lifter with magnetic Phillips screwdriver
- Compact Swiss Army pocketknife for on-the-go use
- Measures 2.25 inches long; weighs 0.8 ounces; lifetime warranty
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Victorinox Swiss Army Rambler Pocket Knife Features Compact Swiss Army pocketknife for campers, hikers, and all-around users Includes small blade, set of mini scissors, and plastic toothpick Nail file with screwdriver tip; bottle opener with magnetic screwdriver tip Enclosed in stylish red housing made to exacting Victorinox standards Measures 2-1/4 inches long; lifetime warranty Victorinox Swiss Army Rambler Pocket Knife Description
Small blade. Scissors. Nail file with screwdriver tip. Cap lifter with magnetic Phillips screwdriver tip & wire stripper. Toothpick. Tweezers. Key ring. 2.3” (58mm) long.From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army Knife a century ago comes the Swiss Army Rambler pocketknife, a compact set of tools for campers, hikers, boy scouts, and just about everyone else. Measuring 2-1/4 inches long, this version of the Rambler is stylishly cased in a red housing with the familiar Victorinox Read More …
The problem with most pocket knives is that they really aren’t that pocket friendly. Even when I have all sorts of pocket competition, ipod, cell phone, car keys with fob, LED flashlight and maybe a bluetooth headset too, I still have room for the Rambler. It is is just like a Classic except it opens beer bottles and has a Phillips screwdriver. Really it is the perfect pocketknife. I have many knives from Leatherman micras to huge multi-tools to Spyderco liner-locks but I keep coming back to the Rambler as the most practical daily carry knife around.
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Charles Nichols: Lessons Not Learned After Newtown
At 3:17 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, I received an email from KPBS news wanting to chat with me about my lawsuit seeking to overturn California’s 1967 ban on openly carrying a loaded firearm in public. This was the day of the Sandy Hill Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn.
After exchanging a few emails and two phone calls later, I was asked to appear on a live news segment the following Monday afternoon not to discuss my lawsuit but to talk about the Newtown massacre. Also on the show was to be an opponent of the Second Amendment .
I declined and suggested they instead ask UCLA law professor Adam Winkler to be a guest on the show. Professor Winkler is a liberal, he speaks their language. I am not a liberal and gave as my reason for declining to appear the plain and simple fact that no law will ever prevent an evil or crazy person from doing an evil thing.
That plain and simple fact is beyond the ability of liberals to understand. We have had laws against committing murder as old as history. For decades we have had state and federal laws prohibiting the unauthorized possession of firearms on schools and even within 1,000 feet of a school ground. These laws prevent good, sane, law-abiding people from carrying guns to protect themselves and their children. How many more mass shootings have to take place before people learn that criminals, by definition, break laws and crazy people simply don’t understand they are doing evil?