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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Single Blade Folding Knives
Benchmade 530 Pardue Design, Plain Edge Pocket Knife
$97.75 $115.00
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Buck 110 Hunting Pocket Knife
$54.99 $71.62

I like this knuckle knife pretty well, but I do have a concealed carry permit. Without such, I could be in trouble with the law if I was to be caught with it, it's pretty deadly, Its a bad assed knife. It fits into a jacket pocket well, and is a concealed weapon. Yes, I like it

Excellent knife for the low end price, proud to have in my collection.

By Michael J.

I fell in love with the knife when I first saw it. A sleek, clean, folding Schrade worth $25. Considering I paid $10 and the engraving was a simple "Knife Depot", I would strongly recommend purchasing one.

It is a very good knife. Better then I expected.

I love this knife. I carry this knife with me every day.

The perfect knife! Can't think of any negatives to it.

Made in U.S.A.. Solid Buck knife. Been over 25 years since retiring my old Buck knife I enjoyed using for many years before. Nicely surprised to find Buck knives have maintained quality!

I have owned this knife for about a year. Very smooth and quick opening, I purchased it to replace an automatic I had lost in a training exercise. The blade holds an edge very well and the knife is beautiful. Unlike the previous rater the handle was smooth with a nice polish. The photo does not do the knife justice and I did not know the cost I would have easily believed the knife is worth $200. The only negative is that the point of the blade is quite thin and you could bend it very easily by trying to pry etc. Great value at the retail of $100 this and at the Knife Depot price a incredible bargain. If you want a beautiful nice little pocket knife, for personal carry and not to use as an industrial tool, buy it. I am buying 4 more. Two for me, two for friends. That is a clue.

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