Best folder for 70$ dollars that includes s&h

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Durable folders with secure locks in your price range:

Benchmade Griptillian
Buck 110
Many from Kershaw
A few from Spyderco
AG Russell Featherlite

Seems to me you simply need to browse the selection at a couple of major knife retailers, pick out a few that interest you aesthetically and offer a blade shape and steel that suits you, then search the forum for reviews of those knives.

Good Luck!
-Bob
 

JTR357

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SOG Trident folder...arc-lock,AO,full sized knife...$50-$60
 
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Hey Moose1132,

You might want to take a look a Smith & Wessons new Assisted Opening Military & Police folders. There good looking & sturdy.

Take care!
 

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How about a Kershaw JYD II, Kershaw Lahar, Benchmade Grip, or a Spyderco Endura. I am sure there are more like a Cold Steel Voyager, ect. but there are several good ones. The things you need to look at are blade style, how long you want the blade to be, type of handles, locking style, and I am sure there are other things to consider. GOOD LUCK! Kevin :D
 
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Definitely going to need more information before I can recommend anything. There are hundreds of great folders that are under $70.
 
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A would suggest something from Spyderco; a Delica perhaps.

And I would STRONGLY suggest that you stay away from S&W knives, as they are not known for being quality knives.
 
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Yet another recommendation: check the Boker Plus M-type, it's the bigger brother of the highly regarded Trance and Subcom knifes. A solidly made framelock folder that you can buy incl shipping within your budget.
 
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