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For Sam Cade to think about

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Gordon, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. Gordon

    Gordon Member

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    Like this Martin Knife, which is 3" blade and 6+" overall. A little more slender in the handle but with a good "beak" to yank out of a pocket sheath.Your style guard is more protective. A little under 3/16" thick, mirror polish like you do with mosaic pins. Black micarta would be nice but I am open to suggestion.
    "The Companion is a nice little three finger utility knife. It makes a perfect companion to back up a large knife and to do those small cutting chores that a larger knife is not suited for. It has a 3" blade and come sin around 6 1/2" overall. The blade is convex ground. You can get your choice of black, green, or brown Micarta for the handle " Look at the Companion
    http://martinknives.com/MILITARYTACTICALPRACTICAL.html
     
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    Different approach to the same type of knife as the Rhino I recently impulse bought!

    I've been thinking there is a lot of room in my life for these kind of little, practical, convenient knives, and not really much for bigger knives. I've got an SOG Pentagon, it's cool, but I don't like it or the way it is made as much as I like my two smaller Bokers, and I'm thinking even camping I won't really want to bring it over the other ones.
     
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    Oooh, that is pretty cool! There has been talk of multi-blade sets with Companions for quite some time 'round here. :) I'm a fan of the idea!
     
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