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pocket knife to fit in my wallet?

Discussion in 'Knives' started by whiterabbit, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. Doug S

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    Case Peanut maybe?

    [img width=640 height=177]http://i396.photobucket.com/albums/pp42/dmattaponi/Peanut.jpg[/img]

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  2. whiterabbit

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    too thick. Looks more like a light duty trail knife than a lab or shop knife.
     
  3. Cuso

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  4. StealthChaser13

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    what about one of those 11 in 1 credit card sized stainless steel tool things...they have a knife blade on them....there are also titanium credit card sized knives out there...
     
  5. mtwarden

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    I wanted an actual knife, no razor blade- wanted it fixed blade (folder is taking up precious thickness due to it's design), wanted it to be sturdy

    I settled on 1/6" stock (O1)- it's roughly the thickness of 1.5- 2 credit cards, 3.5" long (length of a credit card)

    made by John at JK Handmade Knives

    [img width=640 height=480]http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j304/BIGSKYWRX/walletknife.jpg[/img]

    I used milk jug plastic for the sheath, added a couple of plastic grommets and then wrapped it w/ gorilla tape

    [img width=640 height=480]http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j304/BIGSKYWRX/walletknifesheath.jpg[/img]
     
  6. TempestV

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    I've carried a Spyderco Spydercard in my wallet in the past when I carried a larger wallet (SpecOps T.H.E. wallet) and didn't mind the extra thickness. Since I've slimmed my wallet down with an AllEtt wallet, I switched to a titanium card, I got it at CountyComm a few years ago IIRC. Same size and thickness as a credit card, but more for backup/emergency use than regular EDC use. One of the AG Russell titanium pen knives would fit the bill nicely as well, I have all three sizes, and would barely notice it in a wallet.
     
  8. 50ft-trad

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    Looking at the date on the OP and the posts after, it looks like this has already been resolved.
    First time I've spotted this thread though, so thought I'd throw something else into the mix.

    I've got a couple of the "10 Cent Survival Knives" secreted into a couple of kits, and there's no reason that one cant be made to fit a wallet. You might want to knock up some kind of sheath, but these little hartsook alternatives are GREAT little back up knives, and the saw teeth are cool if you carry a firesteel too. Wrap the handle with tape, and you have a supply of tape as well. Better still use the tape to secure a couple of needles to the handle, then wrap with 50lb braid fishing line

    Knife, spear, saw, striker AND repair kit ..... for pennies!!
    Ultra cheap - ultra thin - does the job and more besides
     
  9. mpt9

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    Thats really neat!

    Was that a typo on 1/6" instead of 1/16"?

    Is the sheath sewn into your wallet?
     
  10. ryanol

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    Anybody tried the Ian Sinclair Cardsharp?
     
  11. bladeblabber

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    i would recommend any of the 888 knives, they can be found in the forum store and are small and very thin! they're supposed to be tough as nails to!
     
  12. Primate Tools

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    I think I saw a Snody "card" tool that looked functional
     
  13. Parker77

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    What about a CRKT minimalist?
     
  14. dbert

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    I'm having a hard time picturing how you are carrying so much that the best/only solution is to add a knife even smaller than that credit-card knife linked to above. That aside, have you considered switching to knife/money clip combo and supplementing that (if necessary) with a card holder of some sort?
     
  15. ryanol

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    Ditto that - I carry a benchmade big spender with a small paper binder clip holding cash/cards together sometimes...works out pretty nice.
     
  16. gstojinovic

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    +1 on 888 knives

    I have survivit and like talon and sol models

    Great imho

    Sent from my GT-S5570 using Tapatalk
     
  17. sveqs

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    Kershaw Ace should fit the bill
    one of those small big knives
     
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    Vic website must be wrong on the thickness - the Bantam has only one layer, and is closer to 6mm thick. This is the actual measurement of one I have at home (potential gift for someone)