Need help finding a quality EDC knife.

This is a discussion on Need help finding a quality EDC knife. within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Stevew I like the Benchmade Griptilian and SpyderCo Endura. Both have a large hole in the blade for opening rather than a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevew View Post
    I like the Benchmade Griptilian and SpyderCo Endura. Both have a large hole in the blade for opening rather than a stud so will be fine for lefties. Both have movable clips to accomidate lefties.
    These two are both great for use with either hand. Make sure the Griptilian has the Spyderhole. I also like the Delica if you want something with a sub 3" blade. Benchmade offers a mini-Griptilian, but the grip is a bit short for my liking.

    The Endura/Delica is offered in Waved, Sabre ground or Full flat ground blade. I'm not as familiar with the Griptilian options that are available, but I know there are many.

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    SOG Black Tini Trident serrated. Easy to carry, fast, sharp and cool looking. Also inexpensive. Around $65
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    mine. i carried the smaller tanto before i got a ccw but now blade length doesn't apply. 8.5 ounces, 10.75" overall, 5" blade, only .5" thick.

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    Out of those two, go with the Griptilian, OP
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    Zero Tolerance knives look awesome, but if you can't afford one, the Kershaw Cryo is a really nice, high value knife for the money. I like my Cryo. I paid a little over $30 for it shipped. The pocket clip can be reversed for tip-up carry as well and installed on the other side for left handers.
    If you're wanting a knife that is quick to deploy, the Cryo and other Kershaw knives flip out really fast with their assisted opening systems.

    There are a lot of great options out there and as long as you're willing to spend some money, you aren't going to get a 'bad' knife. Read reviews.

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