Cardsharp, A Folding Knife For Grammar-nazis

Folding Knife Sheaths resist abrasion, punctures, and tears.

Infer is often used to mean imply, for example, and random is currently mangled to mean unexpected. And card shark is, of course, an ignorant deviation from card sharp. The CardSharp is a knife that is created by unfolding a credit card-sized kit. The blade flips out, and the rest of the card folds over to make the handle. Here it is in action: Neat, huh?
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Buck Knives Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the 110 Folding Hunter

Furthermore, the use during outdoor activities can barely be described in such a short article, since one of the most important items you can have with you in the great outdoors is a knife. Different brands offer various levels of quality, look, and durability when it comes to folding knives. If being on a budget isnt your thing, you must certainly go with a Benchmade brand knife. These offer great quality, but can be extremely expensive.
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Art Lander’s Outdoors: There’s a blade for every knife and a knife for every outdoor job

These two knives are handmade in Kentucky. The one on the left is a fixed blade knife made by Kentucky maker H. L. Holbrook. The one on the right is a fixed blade knife made by Kentucky maker Ed Wallace. (Photo by John Lander)

An elastic belt loop securely holds the sheath for wearing horizontally or vertically, and accommodates a variety of belt widths. The new folding knife sheaths also have an adjustable Velcro closure. Padded for extra protection and comfort, the new folding knife sheaths are double stitched adding protection for the knife. “These new Klein Tools folding knife sheaths provide a convenient and comfortable method for storing a folding knife on the jobsite,” said Nancy Szankowski, product manager, Klein Tools.
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The 110 was a landmark in the success of Buck Knives, said Chuck Buck, Chairman of Buck Knives. I remember when my Dad was designing the 110; he wanted a folding knife that would be reliable and contain the features he felt were important for a good knife. He always believed in doing things right in order to succeed. This year signifies the longevity of the 110 and reminds us of the faithful patronage of our customers. We are delighted to offer our customers and friends a chance to win some of these great prizes. Buck Knives is celebrating the golden anniversary of the Model 110 Folding Hunter with a special 50th Anniversary sweepstakes.
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Prepping with folding knives

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Theres nothing more frustrating than trying to sharpen a blade made of hardened steel or stainless steel. A better choice might be a knife with a bit softer carbon steel blade. They may not hold their edge as long and may need frequent sharpening, but they can be made razor sharp in no time, with very little effort, with a quality sharpener. While there are lots of excellent fixed blade knives on the market today that were made in factories, its hard to match the quality and personality of a handcrafted knife. For a few dollars more you can get a knife made to your specifications and materials that will last a lifetime and someday become a treasured heirloom in your family.
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