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I have been out of knife collecting for a while, I got sooo many. Anyhow at the gun shows I've been seeing some OTF autos that don't look bad for the money. I know they are not Microtech but what is a decent brand in the $50 to 100 range?



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Check out this thread, from about a month ago:

https://sigforum.com/eve/forum...0601935/m/4910019184



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Thanks for the link ridgerat, I should have searched for that. But if anyone else has recommendations hop right in.



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If you will settle for a swing opener, I've got a couple of the Boker Kalashnikov Automatic knives and they are hard to beat for the money. You can find them for less than $50. Solid construction and good blade.
 
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If you will settle for a swing opener, I've got a couple of the Boker Kalashnikov Automatic knives and they are hard to beat for the money. You can find them for less than $50. Solid construction and good blade.


Thanks for the advice clang but I have some swing opener autos just wanted to try an OTF without spending a lot. Yet Smile



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For a decent otf, I would try a S&W auto assist. My brother in law has one and I was impressed with it.
 
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