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Marlinman 10-07-2012 05:31 AM

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Ill start this off w a few of my favorites

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The 1st one is my Buck bantam ridgeline I carry daily I paid $20 for at academy. The second is a frost cutlery I bought in a box of other knives at an auction for $50.

Axxe55 10-07-2012 05:47 AM

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i like these two. bought them at Lowes. the bone looking handled one for about $12 and the black one for about $11. they are a brand called Appalachian Trail. they hold a good edge, sharpen fairly easy, and so far have stood up to the abuse i give knives on a daily basis.

Marlinman 10-07-2012 05:51 AM

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Here's my Appalachian trail knife. I traded for this one

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Axxe55 10-07-2012 06:07 AM

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a Buck knife i bought years ago that has held up well. paid less than $20 for it at WalMart.

my Smith knife sharpener. bought at lowes for about $16. works pretty good.

HotFudge 10-07-2012 12:22 PM

When did you buy that Bantam? It has a different handle than mine.
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They aren't bad knives, strong blade and handle on 'em, but the pocket clip leaves a little to be desired (kept coming loose) and the lock isn't very strong.

Chainfire 10-07-2012 12:44 PM

It is hard to beat Kershaw pocket knives, especially the ones designed by Ken Onion. They have many styles under $50.00, and they are outstanding values at the price.

Marlinman 10-07-2012 04:54 PM

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Originally Posted by HotFudge
When did you buy that Bantam? It has a different handle than mine.

They aren't bad knives, strong blade and handle on 'em, but the pocket clip leaves a little to be desired (kept coming loose) and the lock isn't very strong.

1st week of may. Mine the clip is riveted on and that includes the lanyard hole as well.

Old_Crow 10-08-2012 09:43 PM

I really like the cold steel knife I recently purchased. Its a good worker and if I have to jump the solenoid to start a piece of equipment I won't shed a tear.

Marlinman 10-08-2012 09:51 PM

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I really like the cold steel knife I recently purchased. Its a good worker and if I have to jump the solenoid to start a piece of equipment I won't shed a tear.

I carry a leatherman for that kinda stuff

SleazyRider 10-08-2012 10:04 PM

I'm a low-budget kind of guy, but appreciate well-built, highly utilitarian knives. That's why I carry the SOG Blink, a 25-dollar assisted opener that opens fast with one hand and carries flat. If my wife lets me keep a few dollars on payday, I use it as a money clip.

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