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    I'm really impressed with the quality of the Spyderco Tenacious that I got a few weeks back.. I'm thinking my next knife will be an Endura or possibly a Manix 2, both of which are around the upper end of your price range

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    $60. SOG Aegis. It's been with me everyday for a couple of years. Nice fat belly. Holds an edge for a long time. Still pretty tight. Reversible clip. Nice ergos. A safety if you want to use it (assisted open). I've got a few knives made of harder steel that cost almost 3 times as much but they don't do much for me that this SOG won't do. And I don't worry about losing this one or beating the crap out of it.
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    What sold me on it was the Knifetests destructive testing of the Schrade by Noss. Somehow I managed to get myself into a Catatonic State and watch all of his Videos. (anybody who has actually lived through 2 or 3 consecutive (now defunct) Noss Videos will know what I'm talking about)
    The knife destructive tested amazingly well and so I had to buy one and find out for myself.
    I was pretty amazed at the quality AND the fact that it was actually fully machined from a forged billet rather than being cast.
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    Couldn't agree more, QK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgilbert View Post
    I'm really impressed with the quality of the Spyderco Tenacious that I got a few weeks back.. I'm thinking my next knife will be an Endura or possibly a Manix 2, both of which are around the upper end of your price range
    I have both the Endura IV and Delica IV (same as the Endura except smaller and is my car knife) and they remain sharp after a few uses for mundance tasks. The Endura I bought for $76 and the Delica, I bought for $89.

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    Benchmade Griptillian and Spyderco Endura.
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    This one could easily be a PERFECT Sub~$100.00 Knife for somebody.

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    SYKCO 511

    Amazing SR-101 Steel

    5.5" Blade

    10" Overall Length

    $89.95 & Shipping

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    that would make a perfect every day carry :D *Writes Down* Scrap Yard Knives :D
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    Any tack folder from Frost Cutlery.......great quality & cheap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glockrocker View Post
    Alright,i'm about to bring out the haters,but mine is the Glock 78,I know,but for 30.00,I don't have to worry if I loose,break or if it just goes missing,and it saves my other knives for the rough stuff,it worked great for cutting ammo bands on pallets in somewherastan,easy to sharpen and tough,however it does require a little oil or it will rust.
    Yep, I agree. Except I have the 81. It goes with me everywhere I go and has done everything that I have asked of it. From cutting down a tree to spreading mayo on my ham and cheese sandwich! I cant beat it. $30.00... Except mine even handles the rough stuff!



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    Here is another (no frills) knife that just wont let me down and a 3 pack is about 10 bucks.

    Husky Utility Knives (3-Pack) 007-682-HKY at The Home Depot

    100 pack of blades= $12.97.... and always razor sharp!

    Stanley Heavy-Duty Utility Blades (100-Pack) 11-921J at The Home Depot
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    SOG Trident Black Tini Sharp, fast, easily concealable, comfortable for EDC, looks good $80
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    Another vote for the Spyderco Endura 4. My last one lived through 12 yrs of abuse. My current I've had for about a yr. I carried a little Kershaw in between
    the two and it just didn't measure up. The Endura with a half serrated edge will cut through about anything.

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    Cold Steel produces some of the most durable folding knives that you can find for under $100.

    I know I can trust the Tri-Ad locking mechanism if I really need to hack my way out of a bad situation.

    For EDC I like the Cold Steel Recon 1. You can order one from Walmart.com for a little less than $60 and they will ship it to your local Walmart for free.

    Walmart.com: Cold Steel Recon I Clip Point Knife, Plain Edge: Hunting

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