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EDC knife discussion

Discussion in 'Knife Discussions' started by DJCantonGA, Jul 27, 2017.

  1. DevJames

    DevJames Active Member

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    Real-world pricing is a little cheaper.

    They're probably hand made one at a time from production 110's.

    The classic Bucks are some my favorite designs though. The classic fixed blade Hunter I can't remember the model number for is the perfect blend of utility, fighter and gentleman.

    EDIT: The Buck 119. It's still a very reasonable prices knife.

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  2. KTXdm9

    KTXdm9 Winning Bigly
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    I love the Axis lock. Makes it easy for one handed operation.
     
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  3. DJCantonGA

    DJCantonGA I like big Glocks & I cannot lie.
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    I just ordered a Mini Barrage, should be here in a few days. It should be a great EDC knife.
     
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