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 Looking for a pic of the tool kit contents. I believe I have all original contents other than the pocket knife. I think I saw that it was a small Swiss army knife. I'd like to replace with original.

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

Here you go, brand new never used tool kit.  Bob

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I carry and use this pocket knife all the time, it is very handy.

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Thanx for your reply!  Doesn't appear to be a swiss product, any idea the manufacturer?

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Made in Switzerland by a company named Wenger.

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14 hours ago, Plumbinguy said:

Thanx for your reply!  Doesn't appear to be a swiss product, any idea the manufacturer?

If you were looking for their trademark on the red plastic exterior, you might possibly ‘think’ that it has been worn off? Or is that beyond your comprehension?

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I saw another copy of that knife with a insignia that I couldn't quite make out. Your comment was Un-necessarily insulting. Thanx for your response.

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I understand fully your comment. I also saw the other example of this knife with the difficult to see insignia on it.

It was my intention to display the various ‘blades’ that the original knife should have, nothing else.  
You are aware of the definition of ‘assume’, are you not?

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I do appreciate knowing the original contents of the knife. That information was important as well. I thank you for that information. 

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Also I am aware you are battling the virus. I hope you completely recover, and that you and yours are well!

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On 7/22/2020 at 10:12 AM, Plumbinguy said:

Also I am aware you are battling the virus. I hope you completely recover, and that you and yours are well!

Thank you for your good wishes. Although I’m 80, I am fortunate to being in good health.

For the most part, I have recovered with just a little loss of reserve strength.  

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Really. That's quite interesting, I questioned the quality of those tools.

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