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While many of us think of a fixed blade knife when we think of hunting knives, there is certainly a camp of hunters who would disagree; just look at the millions of Buck 110 folding hunting knives sold since 1964. There’s something to be said about the compact size and convenience of a folder, as long as it’s tough enough to withstand regular field use. Victorinox is a company that knows something about building rugged knives designed for the field, since they’ve been making knives for various militaries, most notably the Swiss, but also the German and Dutch, amongst others, for well over 100 years.

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