Victorinox is one of the two principal makers of Swiss Army Knives, and the one whose stuff I prefer. Usually, I have a dozen of their knives lurking in various locations, and here is another that will probably join the pack soon. It's called the Outdoorsman Folding Blade with Pouch, and is, as far as I can tell, the company's first tactical knife. It's a one-hand-opening lockblade with a stainless 4-inch blade and an excellent, highly ergonomic handle. There are no bells or whistles; it's just a very useful, very high quality knife that can do most anything. The point, as befitting a tactical knife, is centered on the blade which makes it handy for stabbing, but it could also gut a deer with the same aplomb. With an OD or black nylon belt pouch, it's around $80 and will be released in April.