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Some time back, maybe a year Para posted a tactical folder which was near $700.00. Some of the Members knew of it and some may own one. I been trying to relay information about the knife to someone who is seeking a nice carry knife. Can anyone recall the brand of that knife? Thank you.
 
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Yes, it was a Harsey folder. I surely thank you. I'll go back and look some at the site.
 
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Has anyone seen the Kranos folder on their site yet? That is extremely cool. Dang I want one.
 
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I've had dozens and dozens, if not hundreds of knives pass through my hands over the years. I will say that the Harsey Folder is one of my top two or three favorites, ever. Fantastic knife.


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Harsey has designed a lot of knives for a lot of different companies (I bought one made by Gerber maybe 20 years ago, a titanium AirFrame, that looks almost exactly like the Spartan Harsey Folder except for the skeletonized grip).

They're all pretty much the same shape.

That's not actually a bad thing. The blade shape is a very effective general-purpose blade, the grip is comfortable, and the overall shape is balanced and attractive.

CKRT:
https://www.crkt.com/shop/all-cylinders-p.html

Gerber:
http://www.gerbergear.com/Kniv...-Rock-Knife_22-01589

Chris Reeve:
https://www.chrisreeve.com/green-beret.html

Benchmade (discontinued):
https://www.knifecenter.com/it...00-ntk-auto-3-9-inch

Lone Wolf (manufacturer defunct, I think):
https://www.knifecenter.com/it...y-t3-tactical-folder

Beretta (discontinued):
https://www.knifecenter.com/it...erlock-4-inch-closed
 
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I have two Harsey, Lone Wolf folders. One is a manual that I carried and used, used, used for years. The other is an auto/manual that sits in a safe with my go-to SIG 226. It's really a great knife!


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