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3" folding blade - recommendations

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    I'm a big fan of Spyderco. They've got lots of different models. I carry a Delica.


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    Also keep in mind that the blades length can be determined from the handle to the tip and not just the sharpened edge. Many LE can interpret the law either way when deciding if you are overstepping the legal length requirements.

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    My recommendation would be to come as close to the knife you used during training.
    If your military/police/martial arts training was with a short folder than a long campfire knife would be a poor choice.

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    I've got a little Gerber Truss. Very under rated knife, but I'm very happy with it. Socially acceptable, but can be depended on if needed.

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    i have a kershaw leek and the blade is only 3 inches. it seems to be a great knife i had a smaller kershaw knife with assisted opening but i wanted one with a bigger blade.
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    I have a Kershaw G10 Leek with Stonewashed blade. One ******* knife and sharp as all get out. With a little practice you can get it out safety off and blade out before you can blink your eye. Also Kershaw has lifeime warranty.

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    My everyday carry is a Gerber Fast Draw, Just under three inch blade, assisted opener. John

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