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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Dullknivescut, Feb 10, 2020.
The Case Peanut is a fun little knife.
I got a Cold Steel Raja II that I like a lot. Lovely low profile tool that does not rise any eyebrows when used in public.
I'm looking everywhere to get hold of a BOG OAK TK3 by Fallkniven. It just drives me nuts that I can't find one.
My three smallest with a KA-BAR
@slackie I found one. French retailer I know well. They have always been good with me. I don't know if he sends overseas. I can assist with translation if you want to go that route. Shoot me a PM.
Mine (tiny flashlights too)
This little mouse is probably my current favorite in a sea of tinys.
But there are others I enjoy.
Some carried more than others.
And most carried tiny fixed.
My favorite tiny knife is the Spyderco PM2, the smallest knife that I carry.
A Vic Cadet is about as small as I am willing to go.
This is probably going to be an unpopular opinion but for me: Spyderco Lil Native > Spyderco Dragonfly
Ladybug serrated hawkbill h1
....these are my three faves
The Leatherman Squirt Ps4 is my first choice among small pocket tools.
Often it is the only tool I carry inside of the Town Borders. It sees frequent use in daily life and I rarely need anything larger outside of the kitchen or homeworkshop.
When leaving Town for the Countryside, it's another matter and I bring the proper knife for the activity in mind.
Managed to grab one out of six Elforyn GP's by FK.
That's nice @slackie Tell more - size and other info. What is it? Thanks.
Thanks. It was a test batch of new handle materials (still some other materials remaining). I was lucky to tune in to their website just as they announced. Only sold directly to consumers. Will ship overseas!
Steel: Lam. CoS
Hardness (HRC): 60
Edge: Flat ground
Handle material: Elforyn (Ivory imitation)
Weight, knife only (g): 96
Blade length (mm): 78
Blade thickness (mm) 3
Total length (mm):180
Total length, folded (mm): 100
Sweet knife ! The white ivory handle looks very classy. From the grind, I had the feeling this was an overly thick blade. It isn't. 3 mm is reasonable.
Perceval T45 frame-lock (4" closed, but incredibly thin!). For small, A.G. Russell Light'n Bug for the win (2.5" blade, 3 3/8 closed, 1 oz.)