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Posts: 2912 | Location: FL | Registered: March 08, 2007
There are 4 in your price range, two folders and two fixed.
They have a number of other nice knives at reasonable prices (especially with the sale).
Another good solution is a high quality multi-tool with pliers; Leatherman is the standard, and Gerber makes (or made) some good ones as well. I used a multi-tool much more in the army and when camping than I did my folding knife.
We may consent to be governed, but we will not be ruled. - Kevin D. Williamson, 2012
Posts: 8601 | Location: Central Florida | Registered: November 02, 2008
Regarding the Swiss army knife suggestion. When Wenger went away, I bought the most tool loaded Wenger I could find. You know the kind, about and inch and a half thick with every darned tool. Anyway, never take it out of the drawer.
You don't saw what he would be doing with it. The Kershaw Blurs are some of the best price performance knives around IMO. Kershaw also makes an Emerson type blade for a fraction of an Emerson.
I've bought plenty of knives for my son, it's an easy buy. Even if you buy one similar to one he has he'll still be appreciative.