A good fixed blade knife that is not$$$$$$$$$$$$$

A good fixed blade knife that is not$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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    A good fixed blade knife that is not$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    i need a good edc knife


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    What length? Is it for defense or hard use? And what is the top price you want to pay?

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    length 3 to 4" $50 - $100

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    Here's the one I own and used to carry in my Army days during field training exercises and deployments. http://www.sportsauthority.com/produ...LAID=409151161I really like this knife.
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    The Schrade Sharpfinger is a pretty good knife on the low cost scale. The factory sheath sucks big-time for potential SD deployment, but there are plenty of decent kydex benders that can fix that.

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    ESEE Izula or Izula II. You can pick 'em up for around $45/$65 and they are rock solid. Best warranty in the business too.


    http://www.eseeknives.com/neck_knife.htm

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    I collect , cant stop. My opinion to you is if I could only buy ONE fixed blade EDC knife for a lifetime it would be a Busse Combat knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    ESEE Izula or Izula II. You can pick 'em up for around $45/$65 and they are rock solid. Best warranty in the business too.


    http://www.eseeknives.com/neck_knife.htm
    Yup good call!!

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    The Seal Pup is awesome as well I have 1 with the plain edge.

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    For a solid fixed blade knife from 3" to 4" in length and up to $100, I recommend the following knives:

    • Böker MPT Plus (3.75" blade - Approx. Value $38.00)
    • Ka-Bar TDI Law Enforcemet (2.5" to 3.5" blade - Approx. Value $40.00)
    • Ka-Bar Becker Necker Knife (3.25" blade - Approx. Value $30.00)
    • CRKT AG Russel Sting (3.2" blade - Approx. Value $30.00)
    • Smith & Wesson HRT Boot Knife (3.87" blade - Approx. Value $25.00)
    • SOG Seal Pup (4.85" blade - Approx. Value $75.00)
    • Cold Steel Safe Maker II (3.5" blade - Approx. Value $45.00)


    If you are looking for a fixed blade knife for concealed carry, then I would take a closer look at the Böker MPT Plus, the Ka-Bar TDI, the SOG Seal Pup and the Ka-Bar Becker Necker. If you want something larger and for tough use (not worrying to beat them up), then look at knives made by Cold Steel, CRKT, Buck and Smith & Wesson which offer a tremendous value. I own several of these models I recommend.
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    SOG Seal Pup

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbum View Post
    The Seal Pup is awesome as well I have 1 with the plain edge.
    I own a Blink, and just got a Flash II, but if and when I get a concealed (not for hunting) fixed blade it will be the Seal Pup, or the Schrade Sharpfinger as the other gent said is a well designed mulit purpose blade.

    Also checked out the the Ezula link, good looking knife that fits the fixed/neck carry mode, nice drop point.
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    Id look at a Benchmade Rant fixed blade or a Benchmade Nim Cub II. Cub is alittle more at $114 from the Blade shop.
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    I have researched this alot in last several months. Reviews of end users vs bang for the buck, the ESEE line gets my vote. Best prices I have found are here...

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    The SOG Mini Pentagon is an excellent, small, fixed blade carry and certainly meets the OP's initial specifications in terms of size and price. SOG products are hard to beat.
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