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I used to have a Benchmade Auto Triage knife that I seem to have lost and can't find. Here's the knife in question:

https://www.benchmade.com/products/9170sbk

I'm looking for something less expensive that's still US made that has a serrated edge and a glass breaker. I doubt there's an automatic in my price range, but a flipper or assisted works as long as there's not gigantic shark fin that's chews a hole in my pants.

I don't have the budget right now for a $300+ knife, but any options would be appreciated.
 
Posts: 4235 | Location: Kansas City, MO | Registered: May 28, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This would be my choice.

https://kershawguy.com/product...t-glassbreaker-blur/

I've been thinking of picking one up to keep in my vehicle.
 
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That's worth checking out. Anyone hear anything good or bad with Templar Knives? They seem like a good deal, but I haven't heard much of anything, but their OTF automatic is at least assembled in the US and around $100.

https://uppercuttactical.com/c...riant=41106804179115
 
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I bought a couple of these earlier this year and love them. They are made in Taiwan but for under $60 that’s $40 cheaper than my normal go to Spyderco Endura.
https://knifeworks.com/columbi...ed-tanto-combo-edge/
 
Posts: 568 | Location: Beaumont TX | Registered: March 05, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I carried the Columbia River knife for many years. Then I switch to an assisted knife instead of the flipper.

I have been carrying the M&P Smith & Wesson for many years now. Not sure where it is made.

https://www.amazon.com/Smith-W...s%2C221&sr=8-1-fkmr0
 
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The Benchmade AFO II is an automatic with a glass break, serrated blade, and under $300. You may want to check it out. I got mine for about $240 IIRC.
Benchmade AFO II
 
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Benchmade is in the US but they are not Americans.

https://sigforum.com/eve/forum...935/m/2290032274/p/1
 
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Hogue EX-02, and you’re buying from a company that loves guns and will bend over backwards to support the customer.


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The SOG SEAL XR might fill-the-bill. Its a solid-flipper with a steel pommel. Made in the USA.



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