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It has to be my Victorinox Soldier SAK. I remember a time when it was my only knife (well, not quite but to say otherwise ruins the story).
I carried it everywhere and used it to the fullest. I don't think a day went by when I didn't use it. (Though the one before it was better as it had a corkscrew. Funny how handy that is.)
Now, it just sits on the shelf. I don't seem to be able to carry it as easily as I can a Spyderco.
What's your choice?
05-13-2005, 07:53 PM
Before I found "better" knives, it was a Fury that I bought many, many moons ago. Carried it every where and abused it pretty good. Seeing as I got sucked in to buying a new digi camera I will have to drag it out and take a pick later tonite.
05-13-2005, 08:25 PM
I would definately have to say the most underrated knives I own are my SAKs. However, being a member of SOSAK, on knifeforums, pretty much means I have too many SAKs to pick one.
05-14-2005, 12:11 AM
My Al Mar Osprey
05-14-2005, 10:13 AM
S&W phantom linerlock
05-14-2005, 10:50 AM
Before I found "better" knives, it was a Fury that I bought many, many moons ago....
We're probably not talking about the same knife but I'd say my most underrated knife was a 12" Muela Fury from years gone by. Made in Spain & a little out of the ordinary... pretty functional.
05-14-2005, 12:53 PM
Mine would have to be my Frank Beltrame B-Naked Framelock.It's a nice little knife and holds an edge real well it stays in my pocket and i use it more than any other knife i own.
05-14-2005, 09:29 PM
Probably my Frost's Mora SWAK. Very handy knife, carbon steel blade, gets really sharp. Not much to look at, though, and only runs about $10 or so. Really performs!
Another underrated one would be my Old Timer 8-OT. Stockman knives are versitile as can be, and this one is a real beauty! I have it tuned in to perfection, blades snap in place open and shut, great edges on the blades, and I polished the backsprings up, hate grind marks on the spines of the blades (I did the same to the Mora shown above).
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