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  • 308Scout

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    MDS Supporter
    Mar 27, 2020
    Washington County
    The wicked edge is worth the investment.

    Something that hasn't been mentioned is Hogue knives. They are very well made. Usually in 154cm steel.
    I will second Hogue. They are essentially using the BM Axis lock design (BM's patent expired a few years ago). Picked up a Hogue Deka folder last year. It usually gets the nod if I'm heading somewhere that an OTF is not practical for whatever reason. They have some autos available as well, but I've not been able to find one in the wild to handle yet.



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    Jan 25, 2009
    Howard County
    I use my Emerson at least 5x per day. From cutting open boxes to scoring and cutting drywall. Its gutted fish and deer and I feel naked without it.

    Holds a great edge and I have not found a quicker opening knife. One handed close too.

    Buy once, have an heirloom.

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