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Originally posted by Miraj
reply to post by kimkim3074
I've got a Buck Bones(I think) 870..
It's sort of a simple folder with a simple liner lock mechanism. But it's a lot tougher than my old knife.. Which was a benchmade pardue (smaller one) I got for christmas. I still have the benchmade, but the mechanism is snapped. It can be used but the blade swings everywhere until it's manually locked in place.. In other words it's useless to me outside of simple things I might need it for around the house.
But I like the Buck. It is study enough. Easy to fix and adjustedit on 19-12-2010 by Miraj because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Blue Shift
I still like your basic Leatherman Multi-Tool. It's simple, sturdy, has pretty much everything I need. Accept no cheap imitations.
The only thing is that it gets a little slippery when wet. It's not that much of a problem, but I was thinking about putting on a good texture coat of some kind. Maybe one of these days.
Originally posted by Xzorter
Have you looked into "benchmade" nice knives.
Also of course cold steel makes fantastic weapons,like my 8"recon Tanto
And SOG has a nice selection.. My everyday carry is the
Combat Elite Knives 05SP Standard Blade Assisted Opener (RRF) Rapid Response Folder Linerlock Knife
$385.00 on sale. She won't let you down.