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    Default How to use a Sewing Awl on a Swiss Army Knife

    Here's another video to share with those that might want to use their SAK's to the fullest potential.

    https://youtu.be/V2UPOmhnwQA

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    Default Re: How to use a Sewing Awl on a Swiss Army Knife

    It's interesting, but I don't take my vice camping :-D
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    Default Re: How to use a Sewing Awl on a Swiss Army Knife

    Quote Originally Posted by captain belly View Post
    Here's another video to share with those that might want to use their SAK's to the fullest potential.

    https://youtu.be/V2UPOmhnwQA
    I have seen this video before but it is always good to review. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: How to use a Sewing Awl on a Swiss Army Knife

    I mostly use the SAK (Swiss Army knife) sewing awl as a reamer (to make/enlarge holes), for heavy duty sewing I use a speedy stitcher sewing awl; the SAK would work in a pinch though.


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