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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Red Horn, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Red Horn

    Red Horn Loaded Pockets

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    I just tinkered around with a few and wound up switching the clips to the other side on a couple Benchmades. I see your point Carrot. The Spydies should work fine. Looking into Bob T and UK Pen Drop Point Slipit's now.
     
  2. Dozer

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    They are definatly worth it. Not only do you get a very quality knive you also get top notch customer service for the life of that knife. Can't go wrong. I recommend looking at the FRN Stretch 2. Very nice knife and the cost isn't to high.
     
  3. kz1000s1

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    The Para is my favorite. Having a large handle for the blade size is why it works so well and you can find a used one for $70. Other favorites are the Native and Lava. They can be a little pricey for some if you playing list.

    I used to have an LCC just like yours in S30V. Miss that one a lot!
     
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    SOG or Schrade for me. :popcorn:
     
  5. BBQ BOY

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    I have had and have almost every blade out there. I also have the Bark River bug. Back to the question at hand. Are they worth it? YES!!!!!!!!!!! Look for a ParaMilitary. I bought one barely used and in near mint condition for $80. AWESOME knife.
     
  6. Red Horn

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    I'd say the drop point version, because the narrower tip can come in handy. On the other hand, I think a leaf blade looks better, but there's not really a functional advantage to having it.

    However, if you don't do a lot of food prep type work or fruit cutting, or other cutting where you might need to cut a curve or get in a tight space, the advantage of the drop point version pretty much disappears.