The Ginszu Knife

Posted on November 9, 2007. Filed under: General Posts, Product Reviews | Tags: , , , |

Greetings Campers,

One of the bedrocks of winter camp has been the Ginszu Knife. This the only piece of equipment that has been to every Winter Camp since it’s inception. We call it the Ginszu because we don’t know who the manufacturer of the knife is. It is a standard boy scout multi tool knife. It has a couple knives, spoon, fork, can opener, scissors, and the very necessary wine opening cork screw. The Ginszu has it all. You can kill something with it. Prepare your kill for dinner. Eat your dinner with it, and when you are done… You can pop open a nice bottle of desert wine. So click on this link to check out the Ginszu The Ginszu Knife

Notice the rust blemishes on the knife. It has looked this way for as long as I can remember. I don’t know if you can see it but the can opener is bent from massive use. Back in the day one of our favorite additions to camp breakfast was a can of Mary’s Kitchen corned beef hash. I don’t know if you have had any experience with Mary’s kitchen hash, but one can can feed an entire camp of hungry campers. It is very dense. The Ginszu can opener was permanently disabled in its attempt to open a can and by extension bring campers breakfast. We salute you noble Ginszu!


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desert wine? You’ve just qualified yourself to be the first candidate for the president of North Dakota!!

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