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What's the BEST Folder You Have...and YOUR FAVORITE?

Discussion in 'Knife Reviews & Testing' started by Confederate, Aug 27, 2007.

  1. dulleddown


    Sep 2, 2007
    :D^^ That's fricken hilarious! You Albertans and yer knives; man oh man. Might want to get some therapy for that, CUTS LIKE A KRIS. ;)

    My favourite is my first run Delica with the one piece handle/clip. Nothing has served me as well as that knife since day one. My best is whatever happens to be in my pocket, which is quite often that little Delica.
  2. glockman99

    glockman99 Super Moderator Super Mod

    Jun 12, 2000
    My Kershaw Cyclone is my best, and my favorite.
  3. mmmotorcycle

    mmmotorcycle Midnight Joker #42 Platinum Member

    Jun 17, 2006
    My best folder knife is a SE Spyderco Dodo. My favorite is a good ole' Opinel 8.
  4. powernoodle

    powernoodle Power Member

    Jul 21, 2004
    "Best" and "favorite" change for me on a daily basis.

    Today I might say:

    best - large sebenza

    favorite - Buck 110.

    But others that cycle through the list would include a Delica, BM 710, Strider SNG, and Shrade Uncle Henry LB7 folder (USA flavor).
  5. pkdmslf


    Jun 16, 2006
    Best (most expensive) Howard Viele/Liong Mah "Push" custom handmade.

    My second best: My various Sebenza's

    My overall favorite: My year old Spyderco Native III plain edge.
  6. the gimp

    the gimp

    Mar 19, 2003
    My favorite is a tie betweeen my Schatt & Morgan teardrop and my Masters Of Defense Pointman.
  7. jonnymac44


    Sep 27, 2007
    Just read this post about the Leek with the smooth G-10 scales, and while i must admit that smooth G-10 is very nice indeed, I have the S30V leek with the cross-hatch textured G-10 handle, and I really don't think I have ever had another knife that grabbed my hand so well. It feels like it would be impossible to ever drop this thing. It's amazing!!
  8. stronzza


    Aug 24, 2007
    My Large Sebenza with Mammoth Ivory Bark is my favorite and best EDC.
  9. samhain73


    Mar 5, 2005
    Depends what you mean by this. Best as in most useful, or "best" as in most expensive, pretty etc..? Favorite right now is Busse Pumpkin Game Warden (and most expensive with best steel as well) But Best for me means overall useful, which is my SAK Cybertool34.
  10. Slatts


    Feb 16, 2005
    Ah, good thread and great knives represented here.

    My best knife is probably a custom Dodd fixed blade.
    My favorite knife changes, but I think it will be my ZDP/CF Caly 3...for a long time.
  11. allenC


    Jun 18, 2000
    Funny that you should mention it....

    The smooth G-10 Leek was very nice, but after a few weeks I decided that I like my black SS Leek better.
    I think the reason is because the SS Leek has a frame-lock while the G-10 Leek has a liner-lock.

    But regardless of which type, the Leek is an awesome little knife.:thumbup:
  12. proguide


    Mar 26, 2004
    the answer to both is the lg. Classic Sebenza. I do have a 110 from the custom shop that also hits the sweet spot. The one I carry is the Sebbie.
  13. kicwk


    Mar 11, 2007
    Best due to coast$$ is my Lg. Classic Sebenza w/ Micarta
    Best due to hard use is my KERSHAW AVALANCHE or Emerson CQC-7b

    and my Favorite is my Small Reg. P/S Sebenza and has been for a year now.
  14. agreatscot


    Apr 19, 2004
    Real tough (impossible!) to narrow down but best would be Large Sebenza (though I carry the small more) or a war era Victorinox Soldier.The favorite changes all the time but a three way tie would be Fallkniven U2, Victorinox Woodsman in Stayglow, and the Spyderco Native. For field use a Al Mar Sere 2000 usually replaces the Native. I recently bought an Endura wave, wow, amazing knife.

    Too difficult a question like what is your favorite flavor, I like vanilla ice cream, sharp cheese, rib eye steaks, red wines and amber ale but not mixed together. :D

    Ummm that makes me thirsty, time for a Sam Adams Octoberfest, g'nite all!
  15. buddylee


    Dec 13, 2003
    The best folder on the market is the Sere 2000. Its the jack of all trades as far as im concered
  16. Projek


    Oct 11, 2007
    The best folder is my Emerson CQC 8

    My EDC is my Benchmade 710 D2 or my Emerson Mini Commander.
  17. Thalestin


    Jul 20, 2006
    My best folder is probably my BM 940
    My fav is my BM 710--best and most useful knife I have owned. (although i also really like my mini skirmish=))
  18. Confederate


    Sep 5, 2005
    By "best" is meant your nicest, most expensive knife...the one you're most protective of. It may be the Sebenza in your safe or an expensive Damascus piece you have hanging on a wall. Your "favorite" might be your trusty Kershaw Storm or your cheap $49 Damascus.

    I, too, keep shifting my favorite. Don't know that will ever change. All I know is that with so many knives, it can be Christmas all year long! Some people will get a lot of cheap knives while others will get a few really good ones.

    Right now my favorite has been my CRKT M16-14SF. When I bought it I didn't think I'd like it, but it's quickly becoming the one I reach for every day. The full hilt is really nice, but the aluminum frame can get a mite cold in the winter! In a month or two my new favorite might have G10 scales.
  19. Chewy1


    Jun 5, 2006
    Favorite has got to be my Bark River folder.

    :) Or my Buck 110, for now.
  20. 357Wheelgunner


    Apr 1, 2007
    My best and favorite....Easily my Super CQC-7:


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