The Best Folder

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by Pistolenschutze, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. OK folks, the fairy godmother of edged weapons just plunked her skinny butt down on your sofa, and since you've been such a nice, well-behaved, and upstanding young man or woman, she's decided to grant you a boon: She will grant your wish for one folding knife, any one your lil' ol' peapickin' heart desires, no matter the cost. Which knife would you choose?
  2. rmrdaddy

    rmrdaddy New Member

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    William Henry Meridian---

    William Henry wants this knife to be a great experience. The 3" Wharncliffe blade is made of Mike Norris "Raindrop" damascus and the bolster-frames from Mokume gane (meaning wood-grain metal), hand forged copper, nickel silver and brass, from mastersmith Mike Sakmara. Exhibition grade Mother-of- Pearl handle scales rest on solid mokume frames. The opals set into the thumb stud and the locking button enhance the color in the mother-of-pearl. The bail is sterling silver. Each knife is serial numbered. (Sorry, no choice of serial number.) Weighs 2.7 oz. Includes a William Henry ClipCase™.

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  3. rmrdaddy

    rmrdaddy New Member

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    I guess I made everyone mad with my selection.... :eek:
    Did we want to see tactical? sheesh
  4. wolfgang2000

    wolfgang2000 New Member

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    No, I think it is a great looking knife. Personally my taste are simpler. I'm a Cold Steel fan.
  5. rmrdaddy

    rmrdaddy New Member

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    Thanks Wolfgang
    PS started a thread on fantastic knives you'd like to own. I chose mine.
    The one in my pocket is an old Timberline assisted opener that I've had for 5 yrs maybe, it's an old friend at this point, but I use it EVERYDAY.

    That William Henry on the other hand, I'd almost be afraid to take it out of it's fancy leather pocket sheath.... :rolleyes:

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  6. rmrdaddy

    rmrdaddy New Member

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    Holy size Batman!
    Sorry about that!
  7. Light Coat

    Light Coat New Member

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    I just carry Swiss army knives and leatherman tools. Gave up on being pretty or tactical a while back. I left that job to the fixed blade.
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