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post #16 of 48 Old 11-02-2009, 07:15 PM
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Amazon.com: SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TFSA-98 Flash II 1/2 Serrated, Black TiNi: Home Improvement

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post #17 of 48 Old 11-02-2009, 07:16 PM
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I just got a Kershaw Greenout from Steepandcheap.com for $30. I think its around a $80-90 knife. So far it has been great. And its made in the USA (unlike almost every other knife out there).

I highly recommend you get a knife with assisted open too.

Greenout: (mine is partly serrated though)

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I love the SOGs too, I've got a Flash I, Flash II, and the Twitch...getting the trident next.

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I've carried quite a few different knives and this one by far has been the best. it holds a edge like no other. i had to cut some mudflaps with it for my semi truck and it still didn't loose its edge. (mudflaps are 1/4 inch thick and steel belted like cutting a tire)GerberGear > Product Details > Paraframe I
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Gerber Paraframe...

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post #22 of 48 Old 11-02-2009, 08:13 PM
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My favorite.

I own Ka-bars, Case's, wenokas, spidercos, many knives, but this Kershaw is my all time favorite. Perfect size, sharp, and cheap on Ebay. Assisted open + made in USA = WIN!

Called the "mini cyclone" it is bigger than the popular Scallion, and the regular Cyclone is huge, I bought it first, and had it for a short time, it was a big too heavy and big IMO, then I lost it and got the mini, its alot better sized.

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Buy a kershaw and you will never buy another brand knife. I own 3-4 of them and love them! i personally like the leek model. They also make a couple "jeep" model ones that are cool.
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I've got a SOG Trident and absolutely love it. It's a good sized knife but it's pretty lightweight and holds it's edge well.
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Originally Posted by XtrailratedJ View Post
Gerber Paraframe...

i have a VERY similar knife made by gerber. i love it. same blade as the paraframe, just a different handle.

Completely stock, and keeping it that way...

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Originally Posted by CMARJEEP View Post
I just got a Kershaw Greenout from Steepandcheap.com for $30. I think its around a $80-90 knife. So far it has been great. And its made in the USA (unlike almost every other knife out there).

I highly recommend you get a knife with assisted open too.

Greenout: (mine is partly serrated though)

Loved mine when I had it, quick open, wicked sharp, perfect size.... BUT the blade snapped in half on a straight cut through some heavy duty plastic. I'm willing to give Kershaw another try, but that was nothing my Gerber couldn't handle. Hell, I finished the rest of the job with a razor blade that had some electrical tape wrapped around the bottom.

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