Taken from the sharpened portion it comes in at 3 1/8 inches but it is not just too long, it is locking as well so even if you were to grind it down you would fall foul of the law for carrying without a reason.Laurentius is the blade too long on the Rucksack to be a UK legal EDC?
Ahh I feel this may be the same case for the Outrider. If that is the case I may go for the EvoGrip 14 for an EDC.Taken from the sharpened portion it comes in at 3 1/8 inches but it is not just too long, it is locking as well so even if you were to grind it down you would fall foul of the law for carrying without a reason.
Oldest knife I own is a Rucksack, maybe 15-20 years old ?, still love it. I have 4-5 Leatherman variations but currently I am experimenting with the Supertool 300. I do a lot of metal detecting and home vehicle repairs. It is my nature to gravitate to a small, tough, compact multi tool.Many years ago I worked for a Swiss owned company, we used to enjoy the benefits of huge discounts on Victorinox Saks. I paid the princely sum of £1 for my first SAK Rucksack model, quickly followed by a bulk order for around 10 more (I gave them away as christmas presents that year), I still have my original purchase and my wife returned hers to me as she never used it. Always has and always will be my first go to knife if out and about, can't fault it whatsoever. I can justify it as an EDC but normally use an Opinel for that.
I have a fire engine red Delemont. I like the extra large saw blade, but I am unsure how I feel about the long thin slicing blade. It is really large in hand.Wenger has been bought out by Victorinox now and are making a hybrid 'Delemont' series with tools from both companies.
The Camper is a great model and don't forget with the corkscrew you can thread a small eyeglass screwdriver on to it.