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    What's a good folding knife to buy that fit's easily into a pocket but still does the job for self defense?

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    depends on price...but i have always loved the ontario rat 1 folder and all the spyderco knives but the best on a budget is the spyderco tenacious great quality knives at a really fair price

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    Folding blades

    What about the cold steel trilite 4 inch folding blade? Small enough for everyday pocket carry but big enough to defend yourself looks like a stiletto and its like 40 bucks

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    Spyderco delica with VG-10 is pretty good. The plastic handle ones are super light too.

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    It really depends on how much your looking to spend. I have bin carrying the Benchmade Rift for about 4 months now and it carry's well. Its thin and i love the pillar construction.

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    The folding blades are quite useful for number of reasons. Very important among them is security of person holding it. The sharpen edge is folded is the cover and saves the number of injuries. It is also easy to handle and keep.

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    Please get rid of this person's unintelligible ramblings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Frank View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Frank View Post
    Please get rid of this person's unintelligible ramblings.
    FYI, if you click on the triangle in the lower left of his post it reports it to Luke the Mod for removal.
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    Check out the Benchmade line, maybe the best quality for price. Compared with some good brands, Benchmade does a better job of tempering their blades, using the same blade steel, their blades hold a sharp edge longer than other brands I have compared them with.

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