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pocket knives

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by dl20, Nov 28, 2009.

  1. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    There was an awesome thin knife today on Cool Tools. Something I'd actually think of carrying.
     
  2. csoukoulis

    csoukoulis Senior member

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    this is what i carry every day Cold Steel Ti-Lite 4" not a pocket knife but i carry this big bitch when i go hunting
     
  3. jjordizzle

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    I love my SOG Twitch v2. I had a Flash but lost it. :|
     
  4. Dmax

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    Alright, still don't know what the hell I want. Maybe you guys can suggest something perfect. I want it for a EDC, and don't want a huge tactical knife. Hopefully something that looks nice. I recently came across the Al Mar Hawk ultralight or Böker Plus Exskelimoor II--seemed nice and good quality. GO
    Al Mar usually has very good fit and finish. AUS8 steel they use is OK, though VG-10 they used before was better. Take a look at the Benchmade catalog here . Model 440 and 480 would make very good "Gentelman's folder" IMHO. Spyderco also makes great knives though not everyone likes their designs. Their list of models is here. In the few hundred dollars range one can look at Chris Reeve Mnandi or inlaid small Sebenza and models from William Henry.
     
  5. HgaleK

    HgaleK Senior member

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    Mnandi is probably the ultimate gent's knife.
     

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