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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-30-2015, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Simms Pocket Knife

So, being a total Simms ADDICT I can't believe I'm offering this up for sale, however I find that my ambulance-issue survival knife better suited for my purposes (fending off wolves and escaping from drowning jeeps).

This item is no longer available from Simms and I'm not sure if there are issues with shipping knives to certain states or not, but here goes anyways! This knife has never been used on anything, so its as clean and sharp as the day it was born.


Lightweight folding locking knife with pocket clip
Stainless steel, single-bevel blade
Blade protector
Laser-etched Simms trout and stamped Simms wordmark
Original box


Asking !!SOLD!! on account of it being rare-ish and precious and your collection of gear just won't be complete without it. The guys are secretly making fun of you and your boyscout swiss-army toy anyways, so silence them with some style!

Located in Canada, split shipping and PP fees.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-30-2015, 02:41 PM
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PM sent re Simms knife.
Thanks!

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I own this model... this is a great knife, looks good, super lightweight, holds an edge well.
The only design feature i think Simms missed is that I wish it locked in the closed position
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Knife is now sold and in the mail. Thanks !
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