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    Nice folder for gifts

    Ok, I am considering purchasing a nice carry knife for my 4 groomsmen for my wedding. I would possibly like an auto, but it is not a deal breaker. I would also consider something like the speed assist on the Kershaw line. I would like to spend from 35.00 to 75.00 That is flexible however, too. Where could I look and buy online for the best prices, and does anybody have any suggestions for what to look at? Prefer smoth blade as well but maybe half serrated. I carry a Benchmade, but don't remember the model name, and have been very happy with it.
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    I'm jonesing for a BM 550HG. Check out bladehq.com

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    I think a Spyderco Endura would be a good buy, most autos worth buying are out of your price range.

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    I would go with a Spyderco Delica. You can get them for $54 at Wally World from the website and have them shipped free to the closest store for pickup. I'm not knocking the Endura at all, it's a great knife, but the Delica is a bit more "typical pocket knife" in size and would probably fit your friends a bit better unless they happen to be tactical knife-type people.

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    Do you want an outdoors knife or a carry knife? If you want a solid heavy outdoor knife, then check out the Kabar Mule. I received one as a groomsman gift and it's still sharp as ever. Although it's too thick to carry comfortably. For that task go with a Spyderco Endura or Delica. If you can afford it go with the zdp steel. And ebay is the best I've found price wise.
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    It's a little above the price range you listed but the Benchmade 585 Mini-Barrage is pretty nice. I just picked one up from bladehq.com for a good price. I've gotten a couple knives from them, they are very quick and prices are good.

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    I like the looks of this one any thoughts? SOG AE-01 Aegis Spring Assisted Knife (Satin PLN) - Blade HQ I have a SOG I like very much but purchased it not knowing it did not have a pocket clip. Thats why I have the Benchmade, I currently carry.
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    Not too shabby at all, jwhite75. I still prefer the Delica because of it's four-point carry, proven quality improvement over almost 20 years, and sub-3" blade making it legal pretty much anywhere in the US.

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    Smith and Wesson Spring assist Combo Blade

    This is my EDC knife. very quick spring assist and sharp blade. My favorite knife of the ones I own
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    Spyderco Endura or Delica..
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    You already like Kershaw's? I have two Kershaw Ken Onion Leeks...great knives, great gifts.
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    I've been wanting one of these
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    You already like Kershaw's? I have two Kershaw Ken Onion Leeks...great knives, great gifts.
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