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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Hal, Nov 20, 2020.
The Boker Roundhouse is a heck of knife for right around $95. Some of the better d2 out there.
For heavier duty cutting, it’s hard to beat a recon 1 for just under $100.
For under 100$, I really like the Buck 112 Slim Ranger Pro. If you need something a bit bigger the 110 slim pro.
You can find some pre-black friday deals on them if you look around a bit.
Cold steel Code 4. What a great knife. Under 100.00(THANK YOU FOR THE TIP ON THE FREZY TOO BROTHER!)
Varous Moki knives can be had for under $100 - both Blackiston's Fish owls, Ezo Red Fox, Pliant, & Glory. The fit and finish is exceptional.
Cold Steel Code 4, Air Lite, Ultimate Hunter, and GoldenEye.
Agree. When the Ultimate Hunter can be found for under 100.00, that s a great deal. Excellent outdoors/work knife and edc.
Buck 110, all day long.
Anything by civivi. A lot of value and bang for the buck.
Leek for sure.
Deep carry pocket clip and safety thing removed.
Agree with this 100%, and I would also add in the Buck Vantage Pro.
Anything Civivi! This Dogma was $70! Wonderful knife and it looks and performs well above its weight class!!
My but that's a neat looking piece you have there. I like it alot!
Alaskan Guide Buck 110 . $95
I see Griptilians on sale for under $100. You could use a griptilian for the rest of your life.
This is a tough question because if you look at any popular knife retailer they have thousands of folding knives that are less then $100usd. So the question is what is the best $100 knife that suits my needs and tastes.
For example if a titanium handle is important to you then maybe a Kizer will fit the bill. Or if being made in the USA is important then maybe a Kershaw, Spyderco or BM.
The Buck 110 in S30v is a game changer. The Bos heat treat gives it the benefits of S30v with edge retention more like M390. This is where Buck should be as a manufacturer.
Is the Buck HT that good?
Under $100? For me, it's the Buck 501 - green canvas on S35VN. (I might prefer CPM154; but, for some reason, the burlap didn't do it for me).