Carried a pocket knife forever. Recently lost one Ive had for years. Looking for a decent quality replacement. I like the three blade medium stockman style with rounded ends (3 1/4”- 3 1/2” closed). Like blades that aren’t difficult to sharpen and hold an edge fairly well. Used to stick with Uncle Henry but haven’t tried a Taylor (China) one. Anyone likeminded have suggestions or experience they care to share?
For traditional factory slipjoint style as suggested by your original post:
For USA made GEC is the ticket as discussed above. Check out "Tidioute Cutlery", they are GEC made. Great bargain for a quality knife.
That said, LionSteel knives in Italy is making probably the baddest ass classic folders in M390 for a super price...just awesome...
Also, if looking for something a little different:
Pena X series Trapper - the best take on a modern slippie out there!
And, my favorite slip joint of all time: Manly Wasp S90V...simple spectacular!