Single Blade Folding Knives

Single Blade Folding Knives

In a matter of seconds, folding knives can go from a safe and secure tool to one that's ready for action. Whether you're out hunting hogs or taking care of basic tasks around the house, folding knives are versatile tools that can be safely carried anywhere you need. Thanks to generations of innovative designs from companies like Schrade, Buck and others, you can get an array of styles and designs. Need a knife to open quickly? Get a one-handed opener. Need one that works seamlessly with either hand? Get an ambidextrous folding knife. The possibilities for your most important tool are endless.

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Al Mar Sere 2000 Tactical Folder (Black)
$269.99 $360.00
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Hi. THANKS to my Granson. I now have a greater tool . To carry. Since i left the Army 50 years Ago. 0h. Bless you all for this Product.

This is a replacement for one I lost. (I now use the pocket clip religiously!) I love the heft, the size and shape of the blade, the finger grips on the handle, the thumb button and solid blade lock. And it's great looking!! In my opinion, this is the best knife for the money on the market. Bravo Boker!!

I thought I lost my A.G Russel one-handed knife made in Damascus stainless steel, and wanted to order another one, but they had all sold out. So I ordered the smaller Mcusta, also made in Seiki, Japan, at 1/3 of the price, and really like it. I wasn't crazy about the clip, but my pockets love it. I found my A.G. Russel -- a pack rat had hidden it in my hunting cabin, but I retired it and prefer the Mcusta. I might get the larger blade Mcusta next and see how I like it. I like knives, hatchets and bladed tools and weapons, not to mention firearms. always carry a pocket knife, except when I fly on commercial airlines, and use it for cutting open envelopes and packages, cleaning my fingernails, and gutting and skinning deer and wild hogs when I forget my skinning knife in the truck or cabin. Have blade will travel. Always cuttin' up!

This knife is absolutely perfect. The blade is gorgeous and razor sharp. The handle is well crafted, sturdy, and beautiful. The folding mechanism is as smooth as any I have ever seen - it takes minimal effort to open the blade completely.

this if the 5th buck I have owned over my 69 years. all of which are still in use. the 3 I just purchased were gifts ( 1 was gift for myself ). good quality blade that keeps it edge for a long time.

This is Sheraton little knife for most uses. I tend to be a little hard to to please looking for utility, fine work and "abuscability" in all my knives, but this is a knife that scores pretty high. The blade is thin at point, thick on spine, and of good quality steel. The scales are thick, to fill the palm during heavy use, and of tuff quality as well. The only draw back I could see is balance tends to be heavy toward the rear, and that being the only thing keeping it from being a five star rating. Thank you for a really good companion knife to add to my edc

The knife is well-built it's good knife for the price I paid

I was looking for a folding knife with a thicker blade and no serrations like most knives have today. The thin blades and serrations on most folding knives today are just not adequate for my use. You can find plenty of stout, fixed blade knives but I spend a lot of time on horseback and I find these cumbersome. The Espada has the features of a heavier fixed blade knife while retaining the versatility of a folding knife and the curved grip is excellent. Don't get me wrong, the Espada is a large knife, but in the folded position I still find it's size acceptable for long hours in the saddle or for carrying around the home and ranch all day. For me, it is a good all around tool.

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