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Everyone knows that I may be more than slightly excentric, perhaps bordering on OCD...but I'm looking for a knife to keep with the Ruger.
I'm thinking that the black Victorinox Spartan may be the way to go, but I'm looking for other suggestions.

Help an old guy out.

Keep in mind that while fixed blades are not often seen in my collection, they are a consideration and that the knife shouldn't cost more than the pistol.

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Comment by J.J. Smith III on April 24, 2018 at 0:24

Might be on to something Charles.


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 23, 2018 at 23:06

Just discovered this J. J.  You can get it in different colors and different blades.

https://www.colonialknifecorp.com/collections/all/products/hunting-...


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 23, 2018 at 22:58

J. J. here is one that doesn't have a tanto blade.  However you may not be wild about the color.  LOL

https://www.colonialknifecorp.com/collections/all/products/pink-mos...

Comment by J.J. Smith III on April 23, 2018 at 11:00

Nice setup, Charles o.  Checked their website and couldn't find one similar with a different blade.  Like you, I'm not partial to serrations, but I can't do a tanto.


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 22, 2018 at 19:24

J. J., you can see more about the Colonial knife here.

https://www.colonialknifecorp.com/products/blackie-collins-model-10...


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Comment by Charles Sample on April 22, 2018 at 18:02

J. J., here is what I carry with my Ruger LCP.  It is a Colonial Model 105 automatic.  In my opinion its totally one hand operation is its best feature.  Just press the button to open it.  I close it by pressing the back of the blade against my leg to close it.  The slide button is a lock that locks it both open and closed.  I also really like that tanto style blade.  It is great for all my daily cutting chores and it makes a great tactical knife.  You can also get the same knife with a partially serrated blade.  I believe it is a Model 106.  But I prefer the non serrated.

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