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Old 09-01-2013, 12:21 AM   #1
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Ok this time I have 65$ to spend and I want a EDC folder. What do y'all recommend

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Check out what SOG has to offer in that price range.

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I went to Buck, expected them to boast USA made, didn't see it.
http://www.buckknives.com/index.cfm?event=product.wall&end_use=E#{'end_use': 'E',knife_type:'Folding Non Locking'}

Decided I better check on Case (didn't see it here either).
http://www.wrcase.com/knives/standard/

I like a multi-blade, non locking folding pocket knife.
It's easy to have in a pocket, extra blade to stay, keep sharp, while another can be used for utility.

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Thinking about one of these two knives
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For my money it would be... Either one... I have a cold steel voyager tanto that I beat on pretty good on a float trip and no issues arose. I also have a SOG flash ii drop point blade that has been good to me and much lighter weight. Just depends on what you want.

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I have been enjoying my Kershaw. Only problem I have with it is I got the Damascus blade, not thinking about rust... They do offer a good variety of knives.

http://kershaw.kaiusaltd.com/knives

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My EDC knife/box opener/scraping and prying tool---SOG Trident. A little dab of epoxy keeps
the goofy "safety" from engaging, and the clip reverses for my preferred left pocket carry.

$50 at WallyWorld.

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I carry a SOG Flash II with a half serrated blade everyday for the past fee years now.

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I have rarely carried my voyager day to day as it is much heavier and more intimidating looking than my flash ii. The extreme light weight of the flash series along with the ability to really get a super sharp edge on the blade. The Cold Steel can also be made to have an impressive edge but the thinner blade of the SOG allows for very precise work.

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Kershaw blur is a very nice edc

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