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Old 10-07-2012, 01:55 AM   #11
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First up, will be the very affordable Cold Steel Kobun Lightweight.

http://www.knifecenter.com/item/CS17T/Cold-Steel-Kobun-Light-Weight-Boot-Knife-Fixed-5-12-inch-Tanto-Blade-Kraton-Handle

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Old 10-07-2012, 02:01 AM   #12
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So, yeah. It is credit card sized.

And ingenious. And a conversation starter.

And you can tuck it in a wallet, and forget that it's there, until you need it.

I'll vouch based on the cool factor.
that a pretty wicked kewl blade! Where does one find such kewlness? how much does it cost to be kewl?
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:03 AM   #13
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that a pretty wicked kewl blade! Where does one find such kewlness? how much does it cost to be kewl?
I agree. This thread must have purchasing links for true EPICNESS. Because I want that credit card blade too.
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I believe they can be had for $10 on Amazon.

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If you're anti Amazon, Knife Center is reliable...

http://www2.knifecenter.com/item/ISCARDB2/Iain-Sinclair-CardSharp2-Credit-Card-Folding-Safety-Knife-26-inch-Blade

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I found it for $17.95 on Amazon, by name, and while I have an awesome credit card blade in my wallet already, I totally ordered an additional on of these for the lady.

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For 20 years I've carried a knife in my back right blue jean pocket, I've always had an issue finding ones slim enough, I've had pretty good luck with Kershaw but the last one I got was from a good deal offline at a sporting goods website, the damn thing is just too large, I don't have the kind of budget that could afford a benchmade but do you have a suggestion for a reasonable sized one handed opener that would fit nicely in a blue jean pocket? I hate the clip on your pocket ones and always remove the clip, that's normally where I keep a firearm and if there's a knife in the way...well that doesn't work for me.

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For 20 years I've carried a knife in my back right blue jean pocket, I've always had an issue finding ones slim enough, I've had pretty good luck with Kershaw but the last one I got was from a good deal offline at a sporting goods website, the damn thing is just too large, I don't have the kind of budget that could afford a benchmade but do you have a suggestion for a reasonable sized one handed opener that would fit nicely in a blue jean pocket? I hate the clip on your pocket ones and always remove the clip, that's normally where I keep a firearm and if there's a knife in the way...well that doesn't work for me.
Give me a price, size, intended use...
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For boot knife guys, the A.G. Russell Sting, now through Columbia River Knife and Tool.

Type :Fixed
Blade ouble Edge Spear Point
Blade Length :3-1/8″
Finish :Black Powder
Blade Steel :1050 Carbon Steel
Rockwell :54-55
Handle :1050 Carbon Steel
Tang :Integral
Overall Length :6-7/8″
Weight :3.9 oz
Origin :Taiwan
Sheath :Cordura/Zytel

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This one is just too small to me to warrant toting around. Originally done back in the 70's, today's model is hard to grip and prone to rust.

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