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SOG Aegis.

This is my answer because:
  • It's extremely affordable
  • Easily available
  • Good blade steel (Cryo Aus-8)
  • Deep carry pocket clip
If cost was no option and I can pick anything, then it would probably be Chris Reeve Sebenza

What's yours ?



 

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Thanks for that hrawk!

I am currently looking for a good quality outdoor knife that is not too expensive. Do you have any recommendations?

Cheers Luke
 

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Can you narrow it down a bit ?

A general purpose knife for light duty or something you can hammer on to split logs for a fire ?

What's your definition of 'Expensive' ?

I think the Cold Steel Pocket Bushman is a great no frills folder that retails for about $30 and can take a beating.

I prefer a fixed blade knife for heavy work though. Perhaps something like the Ontario SP50 if you want a BIG fixed blade knife that's at home chopping up timber and fighting off black bears.



 

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I'll try to narrow it down....

I'm looking for something that is durable and can take a little beating, something that can be used to chop small "logs" and cut rope etc. I'm only looking to spend around £30/$47
 

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The best knife that I ever carried was a custom made one. Right now my favorite manufactured knife is a medium sized Iisakki Scout Hunting Knife with a 4 5/8 inch blade. I Recently bought a very nice used that that famous on line auction for $15. -- Tex
 
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I recently picked this up for a EDC. It's been in my pocket since I picked it up. The opening mechanism was pretty stiff for a week but through use its loosed up. By the sound of it you are looking for something a bit larger and if you want to cut wood with, this would be a bit out of your price range but one I've been eyeballing for the same purposes.

http://stores.thepathfinderschoolllc.com/-strse-396/The-Pathfinder-Trade-Knife/Detail.bok

 

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i've decided to get a folding knife for an edc kind of thing, and get a fixed blade some other time for chopping the wood etc,
 

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My favorite is an old re-worked ( by Muskrat Man Knives-Some of the old time guys might know him as Catapult Kid ) Buck 110. It has a shortened clip point blade,with Osage Orange scales and brass pins. Knife was a wreck when he found it. I have to get a pic up of it. Guy does awesome blade work! Flatband
 

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I really like the Benchmade Griptillians, pretty inexpensive, AXIS lock which is a breeze to close, and buttery smooth opening. As far as more expensive folders (non-balisong) I REALLY loved my Benchmade Skirmish. That thing was I believe 11 or so inches long open so it was a beast. My current EDC is a Spyderco Tenacious G10....you can pick one up for less than 30 bucks and the thing is a quality knife. Super sharp, but uses the chinese steel "8Cr13MoV"
 

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Benchmade 710, in my hip pocket everywhere I go. SAR on the belt ditto.
 

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My collection is modest, but the cheap Mora is perfect for me for anything that has to do with wood carving...
Are there any folders that have a scandi grind, or are just nice with carving?
I looked around the net the other night, and it didnt look too promising.
 

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Esse 4 or 6 for fixed blade benchmade mel parde 720 for folder but if i had the dosh buse for me fixed and same 720 for me folder
its been with me everyday for years love it
 
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