US Made Knife
Posted 06 September 2016 - 07:32 PM
Here's some ---
Kershaw Blur (my favorite!)
Spyderco Manix 2 (some made in USA)
Spyderco ParaMilitary 2
You might want to check this site out - http://bestpocketknifetoday.com/, look under the brand tab and it will tell you where each brrand is made.
Posted 07 September 2016 - 12:40 PM
You should check out usamadeblade.com
If you've got questions, you can email Scott (Whitty), and he'll post size comparisons of different knives on instagram for people who ask. So if you have a reference knife (for size) you can get comparable dimensions and what not. And the knives he sells are all made in the USA
Posted 07 September 2016 - 09:33 PM
However for the higher end range, I love Spyderco. I have owned the Manix 2 G10 and lightweight, Delica, and Ambitous in the past. Amazing knives. Only reason I sold them is because I'm a small knife guy. I prefer 2.5" and under blades. I love everything I've owned by Spyderco, and sometimes miss my old Spydies.
Posted 13 September 2016 - 01:10 PM
I am looking for some suggestions for a US made knife under $150.00 dollars.
Have you made a decision?
I would recommend the Benchmade North Fork folding knife, I like it because it's light and at the same it was made to last. I like this balance between simplicity and strength.
Posted 15 September 2016 - 08:00 PM
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Posted 24 August 2017 - 10:39 PM
Being that I'm not a collector, and only looking to buy users, I'm not confident in buying a spyderco. I dont care to replace things on my cheaper knives, like my rat 2 or case sodbuster, but if Im going to pay over $150 for a knife (which is a lot for me), I want the availability of great customer service. Unfortunately, from what I hear, spyderco just doesnt compare to benchmade. I want to be able to buy a replacement blade and not a new knife, or to get hardware replaced without a hassle. I had a griptilian given to me that had a chipped blade and missing hardware for the grips, they told me to mail it in and I could get free hardware and a new blade for $30-40 (depending on satin or coated finish). I love the looks of spyderco, but benchmade provides pure quality.
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