Wood or bone handled flipper?

Oct 27, 2006
I'm shopping for a wood or bone-handled flipper, liner/frame lock or lockback, in a knife the size of a Kershaw Oso-Sweet. Any recommendations?
At least on Knife Center's site, you can go to 'Find It', then 'Folding Knives', then keep dialing it down from there for a search. Scrolling down lets you choose wood handles / liner lock / etc. I recently used this function on their website to search for a wood handled folder and they showed about 19 pages of results. I ended up really liking the Lionsteel KUR in Santos wood, though it doesn't come with a clip. The MKM Lionsteel Clap Flipper was another one I didn't know about but liked, and their exclusive Spyderco Delica and Endura in Mahogany Pakkawood. A couple of the Bucks (Vantage and Vantage Avid) and a few other Bokers (like the aforementioned Urban Trapper, the Turbine and the Top Lock II) looked great too. The CRKT Carson M4 might do it, close to the Oso's price range. Good luck on your search.
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What's the budget?

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