You Like Folding Pocket Knives? Let’s See ‘Em!

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  1. #21 Posted Apr 14, 2018

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    Not sure if the Leatherman knives/tools are considered a folding pocket knife, but my Wave is only 4" long so I would think so. My semi custom with Orange anodized frame. Pics don't depict the color very well. Neat little knife and it only weighs a pound! :p
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    Picked up this Tidioute a couple weeks ago. Liking the easy-open design, and have lifted a few crowns already :yum:
    Sharp too!
    Acrylic “knifebrite” scales that glow in the dark.
    In the pocket today.

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  3. #23 Posted Apr 15, 2018

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    Just bought three of these Buck Knives, still made in U.S.A. The lower one is my old one. Handy knife , and well made. IMG_2236.JPG
     
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    nice, what's the model # on these?
     
  5. #25 Posted Apr 15, 2018

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    Folding Hunter # 9690, supposedly with a better blade than the standard model. $98 at Cabela's. Cheaper on Amazon [maybe ? ] It says on the box that, " This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm." You better not get one....:(
     
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  6. #26 Posted Apr 15, 2018

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    A few of mine, reall only ever carry the Buck Lite or the larger Victorinox a42b34e494876c80179b885b32370688.jpg
     
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    I have never collected folding knives or fishing lures, but I have accumulated a number of them I have found and placed them in this old lino-type drawer with all these fishing lures that I found in the garbage. Look carefully and you will see them. Ironically, today I found a tackle box in the trash, with some stuff in it.
     
  8. #28 Posted Apr 15, 2018

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    Smith & Wesson, Border Guard, with window point breaker and safety belt slashing tool.
    I call it, the Chappaquiddick Survival Knife.
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    It's hard to beat the slim profile of this basic Swiss Army Knife from Victorinox.
    a classic tried and true. image.jpeg image.jpeg
     
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    image.jpg Pocket knives & Schwinns, things we all grew up with.
     
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  14. #34 Posted Apr 21, 2018 at 11:00 AM

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    Got this Great Eastern Cutlery Farm & Field Bull Nose with OD Green linen micarta.
    Nicely finished, not real expensive, a bit tough to open I’d say, but still digging it :)

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  15. #35 Posted Apr 21, 2018 at 3:01 PM

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    I would certainly disapprove of any NON-folding pocketknives.
     
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