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bdv1974
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Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas

any suggestions


lsufan1971
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Zachary
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
How high end? You can spend $100 or $1500.


Crawdaddy
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
better buy two.


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jose
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
I love my little kershaw


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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
I carry a benchmade mini griptillian that's proven very durable over several years. Not sure what you consider to be high end. This one was bout a hundred bucks.


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Clyde Tipton
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Just get him a case, buck, or schrade pocket knife.

I wouldn't go high end unless your are 75 and your son is 50 years old. You know what I'm saying?


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El Josey Wales
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
I've got a $250 Microtech, but I wouldn't buy one for my son unless he was 30 or better.


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wickowick
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Head of Island
Member since Dec 2006
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Did you see this thread. That forum link in the OP has a for sale section also...


bdv1974
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Liberty, South Carolinananana
Member since Nov 2011
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Thanks and hes 19 in the navy


kengel2
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
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Thanks and hes 19 in the navy


Microtech would be the shite.

ETA: If you didnt want to spend that much, my spyderco has been through hell since I work in a warehouse. Its held up pretty good. I havent sharpened it in a long time a I cut through a parallel printer cable today with no problem.
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Tiger 79
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
He'll put his eye out............

Wait thats in the BB gun thread.

Case or Ole Timer Trapper.


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Walt OReilly
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Mi Patria
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
if yall win out

buy him and you a ticket to the national championship game


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LouisianaChessie
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since May 2010
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
I would customize a full size griptilian on benchmade's website. You can choose grip color, hardware color, blade shape and material. You can also have it engraved.


El Josey Wales
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Greater Geismar
Member since Nov 2007
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
That would be pretty cool.


Hammertime
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apples
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Get him a Spyderco Military. Solid knives and not too pricey


If he were younger, I would have suggested something smaller because it is somewhat big for a folder, but for an adult it is fine.


Knife works.com does engraving



ETA: From what I have found, you are either a Benchmade fanboy, or you like Spyderco knives. I have had many knives, including 2 Benchmade and 4 Spyderco knives. Spyderco has better edges, the hole for opening is much better than the studs, and I intensely like the G10 handle on my Military. You can also move the clip around to any position your little heart desires.

This is what I have Sptderco Military Part Serrated
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Clames
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Benchmade Osborne 940 plain edge for $150



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NimbleCat
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Houston, TX
Member since Jan 2007
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Benchmade.


faxis
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La.
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Spyderco Endura VG10 Straight edge.

There is no better day to day pocket knife.


NimbleCat
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Houston, TX
Member since Jan 2007
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
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There is no better day to day pocket knife.

Hyperbole?

I like the half serrated edge. Used to only prefer straight until I really needed a knife to cut some serious mooring ball line hung in a prop.


Next thing we will be comparing Glocks and 1911s or .243s and -08s.


faxis
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Member since Oct 2007
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re: Looking for a high end pocket knife for my son for christmas
Of course hyperbole, but true nonetheless.



And they do a half serrated if I'm not mistaken. Not that you'd need it.


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