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Short Blades With Big Grips

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by ugaarguy, Sep 5, 2013.

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  1. ugaarguy

    ugaarguy Moderator Staff Member

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    MM504, that pocket butcher is sweet.

    Bix, I'm trying to round up one, maybe two, more fixed blade(s) for part two of the review.

    Thank you all for the compliments.
     
  2. Ohen Cepel

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    I really like the Buck Hartsook for small and useful.
    Lots of fakes out there of it so make sure you get one from a reputable dealer.
     
  3. CHighfield

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    I've EDC'd a Kershaw Chive for well over a year now. Blade length is 1-15/16 and it has been supremely useful.

    I don't know if all of them are frame locks, but mine is a stonewashed frame locking model.
     
  4. soccergod04

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    Not super restrictive, but a lot of cities have a 3" cut-off. I love my CQC-14 for carrying around town. Just under 3" blade, but fullsize and beefy in every other way.
     
  5. Goju

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    The Al Mar SLB has a sub 2.5 inch blade; I've read many positive reviews of it but have no first hand experience ....

    And I do own one of these - Three Sisters Forge CCT. Blade steel is Elmax
    http://threesistersforge.com/folder.php?fmPage=58
     
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  6. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    I've handled an SLB and it was a very nice little knife.
     
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