totallyfrozen: LMAO! Equip2Endure doesn't look like a dude who's too concerned with breaking a nail.
totallyfrozen: Unless you find random bottles of wine lying around that you just MUST open on the spot, you don't need the corkscrew. Get the Fieldmaster instead of the Huntsman. The Fieldmaster has the same tools EXCEPT is has a phillips head screwdriver in place of the corkscrew.
Roger Komula: You really need to get a model with scissors. Because if you break a nail, or have to trim a flap of skin on a cut, the scissors are the best choice.
Equip 2 Endure LLC: Thanks for watching
jaguarxt1: That is a nice Victorinox Swiss multitool. Most if the Swiss multitools have plastic handle that I break in a heartbeat. This Swiss multitool has a metal handle.
Equip 2 Endure LLC: well built, it's just a matter picking the model that fits your needs
Equip 2 Endure LLC: Thanks for watching
jeffrey smith: Good job
808foodlover: Great video. What's you take on the Victorinox Huntsman series?
Equip 2 Endure LLC: yes it is, thanks for watching
neemancallender1: The awl is a great striker of a fire steel
stormproof209: Less informed... Lol
nikosfilipino: now im really gonna get one
FalconerPhoto: That sucks. It sounds like you were mature enough to consider other people's reaction to knives especially fixed blades and you still caught some grief. As an adult I would rather offend the ignorant than be without at least one good knife but sometimes it's best to not make people fearful and keep the BK9 in my pack. I got my SAK Farmer for the same reasons Adam talked about. It's been a great knife and one I'm proud to pull out of my pocket.
Drew Davidson: I love my Victorinox camper and my Leatherman juice both of which are great tools.
nikosfilipino: i like how you said that people want look t you funny wen u show it off. i recently went camping and the one blade i thought people would never critisize me for having being a thirteen year old,a mora classic #2, i almost got in trouble with the sheriff.i think i'll pick one up and see how it goes for me.
Andrew Brindley: I love them.
william reed: We have the same folder-i have carried a zt0350 for about 4 years now. I also carry a farmer, being a recent convert myself to something more non-specific for edc, that isn't too obtrusive.
Equip 2 Endure LLC: Thanks!
zeppelinreconops: dude your my favorite youtube channel! i do the same kinda stuff, and youve helped me so much thanks!
0017Bulldog: Damn, another knife I gotta have. Oh well...
Tanner McSeegers: @Tanner McSeegers have the non-serrated version of the trekker
Tanner McSeegers: @roaming1978 I
drigen223: SAK that is
drigen223: I've been carrying SAM for years. they don't have that tactical look that all the " real men" go for these days, but they will pull out splinters, clean my teeth, open cans, loosen screws, saw through small limbs, and cut anything those tactical knives can cut to boot
dude89415: Thumbs up if you LOVE victorinox swiss army knives :)
SkilledBoyScout: I like the term "less informed" when describing non-knife people.
micekvg vg: I saw this video today and I have buyed that knife :D Only difference is that mine font have can opener instead it have little skinning blade. Thanks Adam for informatio about the knife, you sold it to me. :D
silentsteelghost: FYI... that blade can do just as much damage as a Zero Tolerance.
dustinrobinet: "Less informed" love it!
roaming1978: Do you own both, cause I'm headed to amazon now to buy this, but not sure if the other one would be better?
Tanner McSeegers: You should check out the trekker. Its a Swiss army knife but the blade is a little bigger and locks, they have them with or without serrations.
reaganherman: Great timing. I just unboxed one today. I'm loving it.
roaming1978: Amazon Has them for $26.91!!....
Maddawwg45: i carry a camper model with me i love swiss army knifes ,btw i got a hi / vis paracord lanyard i made with a skull on top give it that cool factor lol
jntroisi: Have had the farmer for around 3 years now. My favorite SAk
jkampmeier: Speaking of the Laser Strike... I'd like to see you do a review on that one. It's an excellent general bushcraft blade. Slightly larger than the BK16, a little smaller than the BK2.. with a nice spear point for digging bowdrills along with the divot like the ESEE 5. Magnesium, firesteel, and 2 tinder tabs inside of the handle in case of emergency. I'm sure you already know all of this... but I'd love to see you do a review on it! Cheers.
jkampmeier: Good review as always Adam! My personal EDC blade is the Fieldmaster. My requirements were the saw and phillips head. There are a lot of models that have the saw with the corkscrew but that's not something I need very often. I use the phillips head at least once a week. It's great that SAK has so many different models and you can pretty much get exactly what you want. Stays in my pocket every day. I keep a fixed blade in my EDC backpack. Usually ESEE 4 or BK16. Sometimes ESEE 3 or Laser Strike.
onyo101: so i guess you dont whatch tv or go outside much
Widiar: I know people have gotten into this 'I want everything delivered for me absolutely free' -attitude during the last 10 years or so, especially regarding the internet. But you should realize that nothing happens miraculously by itself. There are always people making videos, making tools, making server hardware and installing network lines.. if you want that 'free', you just need to do it ALL by yourself. If you don't pay for it - someone else has to.. I rather pay by watching a 20 second add.
luiklessard: I was thinking of using that AdBlockPlus program but I realised that the guys from equip2endure and other channels put on these ads for profits... And I encourage that..! and anyways, ads last only 30 seconds most of the time (15 or 20 if your lucky)... I can wait a few seconds..!
Edward Goodwin: well in my opinion you should go with the camper model. it has all of those same tools, pluses you get a pin blade and a corkscrew. which can be used in millions of different ways. plus who doesn't miss the tooth pick and tweezers. but still great knives and probably the best multipurpose pocket knife.
WFCoW: I've had the Farmer for years, and it's one of the best SAKs around IMO.
Papa Bravo: Well that's just stupid. Why don't you use AdBlockPlus like everyone else and stop bitching about ads, bro?
BackwoodsBushcraft: 3:52 "and you're not gonna get that oh-my-god-that-guy's-got-a-knife-look" LOL! I hate that!
TheRifleman336: Love my SAK Farmer. Picked mine up for $20, brand new, never sharpened, just minus box. It's a great variation of the basic boyscout pattern, but with the saw, not as heavy or as bulky as a multi-tool. I use it for city and country, unless it's in a really bad area (that's another story for another time). Heck I find myself using the awl more than anything, save the blade. Great knife, and I engraved mine, so it's a keeper!!! Thanks for a great review.
TheKodiak72: oh your english... you people love to complain alot these days. Worse then the french!