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Could a member be so kind as to point me in the right direction to purchase a decent Folding Knife?

I seem to be encountering wounded deer on a fairly regular basis,... and I require a decent tool to assist me, in alleviating their suffering. 

Working in the woods, I am legally permitted to carry a fixed blade knife, but I feel it would be easier (and often far more discreet), to have a good, strong folder in my pocket.

I am aware of the Opinal knife and I did have a couple of these excellent tools for many years, but I was wondering if any of the more modern, reasonably priced types were able to hold a good edge? 

Hope someone can help out,...all the best, Phil.

 

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22 minutes ago, Phil Lloyd said:

Could a member be so kind as to point me in the right direction to purchase a decent Folding Knife?

I seem to be encountering wounded deer on a fairly regular basis,... and I require a decent tool to assist me, in alleviating their suffering. 

Working in the woods, I am legally permitted to carry a fixed blade knife, but I feel it would be easier (and often far more discreet), to have a good, strong folder in my pocket.

I am aware of the Opinal knife and I did have a couple of these excellent tools for many years, but I was wondering if any of the more modern, reasonably priced types were able to hold a good edge? 

Hope someone can help out,...all the best, Phil.

 

 

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If you dont mind stainless steel take a look at the jack pyke coppice knife its cheap can be opened with one hand and is easily sharpened with one of them blade-tech type sharpeners.

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Probably best off getting one of the longer opinal knifes again..cheap enough if you lose it,easy enough to sharpen and holds a razor sharp edge.and light enough that can be carried as a neck knife ..

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If I was allowed to carry one of have a fixed blade mora clipper on me person at all times but have to make do with an opinel as had a few telling offs when been ferreting an had a mora knife with me😳

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This is the one I use a bushcraft boar 🐗 I think it’s called they do it in a fixed blade and a folder mine is a legal carry folder it’s razor sharp 

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In the words of an old friend of yours Phil, Mr E.G.Walsh....

"Puma make good knives"

And like on many other things, he was dead right... :thumbs:

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On 15/12/2017 at 16:15, Fellman Mark said:

This is the one I use a bushcraft boar 🐗 I think it’s called they do it in a fixed blade and a folder mine is a legal carry folder it’s razor sharp 

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TBS knife I think is the maker?

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The bushcraft store its not the cheapest knife about at

11 hours ago, Flacko said:

Fellman Mark where did you get that one from atb Flacko 

£60 but it’s a good solid knife and holds a good edge good people to deal with aswell as Royal Mail lost the first one but they replaced it no issues 

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