Folding Knife Choice.

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El Pablo

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I was going to recommend looking at Flytanium scales for the Deka, but they cost almost as much as the least expensive Dekas.

ETA: The Flytanium Shredded CF scales for my Mini Osborne cost a good deal less than their Deka models…
Yeah, in my case, they would cost more than the deka.
 

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I have a swisstech with canvas Micarta handles aus8 steel with ceramic ball bearing. It’s amazing one of the best knives I have and it was by far the cheapest! $30
Opens way too easy and is dangerously sharp! Easy to sharpen and holds an edge a very long time. I use my knives for what ever the job needs. Hammer, prybar, screw driver, you name it. So far it’s held up.
An American company, not sure where it’s made? Doesn’t say.
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I looked at these Seem like pretty dang good deal.
 

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Not looking to buy a new knife. I carried this Buck from 1986 until a few months ago. Buck shield has been gone so long scale is almost smooth now. Friend of mine builds knives and sent this one to me. I carry it now. Custom knife, too many Benjamins. He doesn’t take orders anymore, to backed up. I sure like this one. Picture could be better.
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I like my old timer

That was my father's favorite and my very first pocket knife that he gave me. I still have it. It's an Old Timer 3 blade Stockman. It looks like hell and probably ain't worth a plug nickel, but it's priceless to me.

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Lately I've been kicking around the idea of a Case Sodbuster Jr. Like I said in an earlier post, I've always been a SAK man, first and last because of their utility. I just don't see the romance of just a single blade folder when you can have other useful tools in literally the same size knife.

But yeah, the Case Soddy has sparked my interest. I've always wanted a Double X Case, just couldn't shell out the dough for one (again, the SAK mentality :rolleyes2) and we all know what a tight fisted, cheap bastard I am. But a Sodbuster Jr with a Delrin handle can be had for under 40 bucks.
 

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Not looking to buy a new knife. I carried this Buck from 1986 until a few months ago. Buck shield has been gone so long scale is almost smooth now. Friend of mine builds knives and sent this one to me. I carry it now. Custom knife, too many Benjamins. He doesn’t take orders anymore, to backed up. I sure like this one. Picture could be better.View attachment 471806
Like the Sweeney and buck. I have a buck toothpick , it’s cool but I find the old timer more functional for me.
 

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