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Small pocket knife with serrations?

Discussion in 'Knives' started by Rjones, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. Rjones

    Rjones Empty Pockets

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    On my keychain at the moment I've only got a LM Micra & a swiss-tech utilikey and the serrated blade isn't too effective on that one,
    can anyone recomend a small pocket sized knife that has a serrated blade?
    Even if it's a multitool or what so it be, preferably one thats small enough to fit on a keychain without taking up tons of space.
    Then again a pocket sized one is perfectly acceptable.
     
  2. kmcrawford111

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    How about a Spyderco Dragonfly in SpyderEdge, Spyderco's version of serrated? I recommend the version with FRN handles. Light, comfortable, and has one-handed opening. Great little knife.

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  3. Rjones

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    Is there any multitools that could go with my LM Micra that have serrations?
     
  4. carrot

    carrot Loaded Pockets

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    How about the ByrdWrench? I read somewhere it comes with a comboedge blade?

    Or how about just a Spyderco Dragonfly SE? IMO it is a good size.
     
  5. scríbhneoir
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    At the risk of repeating myself... :laugh:

    Not multitools, but more Spydercos:

    How about a SE Cricket–lots of cutting power in a small package.
    And even smaller is the SE Ladybug

    Or the toothy Boker SubCom?
     
  6. tarrigoni

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    Mini CQC7-B w/serrations?

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  7. Crocodilo

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    One more vote for the Spyderco Dragonfly SE. Amazing piece. Or, might as well go all the way, and get the superb Delica 4 SE! Only knife you will need in a long time! You'll find that a true knife will be much more usable than a multitool or keychain item, since serrations are used for hard cutting chores, and a good grip is a necessity for leverage. Also, a bigger blade means each cutting motion will... cut a lot more! And the Delica is quite unobstructive in a pocket.
     
  8. mrklaw

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    I have a spiderco ladybug. Nice and small and it is half serrated and half not. It's kind of small in the hand though.
     
  9. raptor

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    Just got a Spyderco Ladybug 3 serrated. Fantastic little knife, like the ever popular Delica only about a quarter of the size, now with one of Spyderco's premium steels, VG-10.
     

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    Aloha!

    At the risk of repeating scríbhneoir...

    I agree completely with scríbhneoir's choices! :iagree: BUT...as mentioned already, I would add the Dragonfly to your list of "which ones"! :luck:

    God bless :winkwink:
     
  11. Grizzlybear

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    Kershaw Scallion -Pocket Chive- keychain or pocket. I find Kershaws to be great bang for the buck.
     
  12. elam79

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    I have a CRKT KISS. Really slim, light, and holds a great edge. In fact I've had about five years, and I don't think I've ever sharpened it.
     
  13. Rjones

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    Is there any U.K knife websites that sell U.K legal knives?
    The U.S has loads of custom made knfie sites and other good ones like the ben hastings one, is there any in the U.K?
     
  14. Eric Isaacson

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    I would also suggest a small Spyderco. They make several small ones, and I'm sure you could find one that would work. I would suggest trying to find a shop or show that has some that you can handle and determine if they will fit your needs. The size is hard to determine from pics online and there is no substitute for handling one.

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  15. TKC

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    YES, there are Heinie Haynes. They are GREAT to deal with. I bought a UKPK from them, as I couldn't find one online here. Here is a link to their site:

    Heinie Haynes

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  16. Rjones

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    Thanks for the link man, I checked it out and they have some real decent knifes, slightly on the high-price side but nonetheless I've seen some I'm going to consider, although after buying a byrd crow knife and finding that it is illegal to carry because it's a linerlock(?) I'm gonna have to be careful what I buy next.

    The ones I'm going to consider are:

    Gerber Knives - Kiowa
    Heckler and Koch Knives - P2000
    Junglee Knives - Extreme Forces
    Smith and Wesson Knives - Extreme Ops Linerlock
    Colt Knives - Fire Fighter


    Can anyone tell me which ones are perfectly unquestionable legal and which ones I shouldn't buy for edc?
     
  17. knightrider

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    Not sure Rjones - but the Spyderco UK Pen Knife is legal in certain countries because it has no lock. I'm sure someone can tell you more but I know some people get the UK to stay within the laws for carrying a knife. Check out your laws further before you purchase anything though.
     
  18. TKC

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    You are welcome for the link.The UKPK IS a great knife, and it IS UK legal. There is also the DKPK, which is the Denmark Pen Knife, and that is UK legal as well. I would get one of those or a SAK, if you plan on carrying a knife!! Or perhaps some other slip joint knife.

    Also, have you checked out the British Blades forum? That would be helpful to you.
     
  19. Sharpdogs

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    Any of the small Spydercos will do, Ladybug, Jester, Dragonfly. Also check out the Remote Release model from Spydrco. I used to carry it on my keychain years ago. Another option is any of the Boker Subcom series. I almost forgot, I just got the Spyderco Byrd Robin. Sweet little lockback, one of my favorite recent purchases and there has been a lot lately. :censored: this addiction :).
     
  20. Mad_Maxx

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    pocket part serr ones I have:

    Camillus Sizzle (AO)
    Gerber Mini Fast Draw (AO)
    Gerber Fatty

    they're pocketable partially serrated and sharp

    hope that helps...

    M_M