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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This was a Fathers Day gift for my fiancee. He opened it and has had it on his person ever since. Its the only tactical EDC he has now and he loves it. The engraving is do e beautifully as well. His initials and the quote from TV Show NCIS "Rule #9" from S.A.Gibbs. I am very pleased as to how fast it got to me and hes happy of the over all product and finds it to be very handy. Thank you Knife Depot!! I will definitely be back for more products for all the outdoorsy people i know!!
bought this as an EDC, blade is sharp, safety is positive and easy to engage. Only downside is how thick the knife is for such a small EDC. I find myself carrying knives with much longer blades as they are thinner and less intrusive in my pocket. Still like it and would recommend having one around.
I bought my Hawk about five or six years ago, since then it has been used in my garden and allotment, taken on plenty of camping trips as well as a good number of wildlife photography trips, it has been fishing and sailing, lost for four days in a field, dropped at a river bank and almost lost for good and had innumerable other adventures. With regular cleaning and sharpening I'd say it looks as good today as when it came out of the box, it has the odd scratch here & there but considering some of the punishment it has taken I'd say it has stood up incredibly well. The action was as should be expected a little stiff when I first got it but that freed up in no time, it is an easy matter to open and close it one handed if need be and the belt clip is as solid and tight today as it has ever been although I wouldn't recommend using it on cheap crappy webbing belts, it needs something that will respond to the pressure (that's how it ended up spending four days laying in a field). My only complaint would be that the grip can be a bit tenuous when very wet although the same can be said for any knife that isn't specifically designed for use under soaking conditions so that isn't really a big issue. It compares very favourably to knives I have had that cost far more in quality construction and durability, I would have no problem at all recommending one to anybody who wants a competitively priced good quality every day carry knife.
Pretty cool small folder, fits in your pocket better than using the clip. Some neat little extras with the bottle opener and flathead driver on the end.
Just received this knife as a birthday present from my wife. A little smaller than I'd normally like but its a keeper. What a Beauty ! I have Kershaw, Gerber. Buck, ect all in the same price range but the Carson Burlwood stands out. Kind of on the stiff side hoping it free's up with use.Can't keep my hands off it. Happy it only says "Made in China" on box and not on knife.
Love it! It looks great, it's sharp, and it's sturdy. Great knife, especially for the price!
It's difficult to tell, given that I've only had the knife for a few weeks, whether or not it will stand the test of time & perform as needed. It is a very functional knife, appears well-made, is plenty sharp, and is a very nice size for carrying in / clipping to side of a pants pocket. The things I need in a knife are: holding an edge well (being hard enough), stainless steel handle as well as blade (for logo on outside), appealing to look at, very user-friendly & sturdy. This one fits the bill for all those.
Very nice knife! Sharp and great for hiking, camping and backpacking!
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