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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw Enforcement & Police · 9 years ago

Best clip pocket knife for EDC/emergency?

If you were about to be mugged in an ally what pocket knife would you want??

If your car flipped off a bridge into a river below and you had to cut your seat belt what would you use??

If you got lost in the woods while hiking and a grizzly was stocking you what knife would you want to make sharpen a spear with??

Now is there a knife that can do all that and clip on your pocket?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Yes there is such a knife, but first you have to ask yourself 2 more questions.

    1) How much am I willing to spend?

    2) How big of pocket knife do my local laws permit?

    If you have an open budget or you're not sure, I suggest you check out:

    http://www.crisishq.com/tag/folding-knives/

    You will find the best folding knives broken down by price ranges $25, $50, $100 and $200. If there are no limits on the blade size in your area and you want the meanest knife with a clip, then try Cold Steel Rajah II, it's like having a sword in your pocket.

    Personally, I would go for something more practical like Spyderco ParaMiliatry2 (costs about $115). If that's too expensive, then go with Spyderco Tenacious or Kershaw Ken Onion. If you are on real tight budget, then I would go with crisishq.com recommendation for a budget folder: CRKT Drifter, it's razor sharp, tough and real cheap. Here are the specs: http://www.crisishq.com/gear/best-folding-knife-un...

  • 5 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    Source(s): Learn Personal Defence http://netint.info/UltimateSelfDefenseGuide/?TCut
  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    http://www.bladeauthority.com/Spyderco_Rescue_Blac...

    A proper knife use for self defense does not use a stab but a slice. Presentation looks are also important for self defense.

    Serrated will cut a belt, not as good as a dedicated belt hook knife, which usually also has a window punch on it, but useful.

    Spyderco blades will hold up to a ton of use making spears, digging, etc.

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  • 9 years ago

    http://www.crkt.com/Folts-Minimalist-Neck-Knife-Ra...

    I know you said pocket clip but hear me out on this one. This has been the best knife I've ever purchased. The blade is shape, and slow to dull. I've use it for cleaning up fatty meat, cutting clothe materials and keep it on me for self defense in situations where I'm unable to carry a firearm. It comes with a convenient fitted sheath and neck strap, and has an awesome design making it very small so that only the blade sticks out when grasped in a closed fist, thumb on blade striking position. This would be perfect for a inner thigh slice on someone you were needing to defend yourself against or for any other non jabbing defense. And being under your chest and sitting directly on your sternum it's quickly reached by going under shirt or with a quick pull up of the tether it's on.

    Source(s): Carry for all reasons while driving, working, unloading trucks, and for whatever south ga life may throw at me.
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