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MTHall720 wrote:I want a blade with a very light pull, yet a really large single blade, of st lest 3.7 inches or bigger. Is there such a thing?
Doc B wrote:I'm assuming you already know...but didn't want to take it for granted. There are still a lot of nice #97's, their nail nick placements help with the lighter pull. Most have the clip blade...not sure if they make one with the spear point.
https://www.bladehq.com/item--GEC-97-No ... ket--96866
RalphAlsip wrote:MTHall720 wrote:I want a blade with a very light pull, yet a really large single blade, of st lest 3.7 inches or bigger. Is there such a thing?
The closed length of the knives below fit the 3.7 to 4 inch parameter. If you want the blade to be 3.7 to 4 inch, then these are probably short.
The Tuna Valley branded knife shown was made by GEC. Not sure what the pattern number is (72?). A lock back example would probably have the lightest pull.
gsmith7158 wrote:The only thing that comes to mind are old Sheffield English dirks.
kootenay joe wrote:There is a Schlieper Eye Brand single blade knife listed in the "Knives For Sale" forum that is stated to be 5 1/2" closed with a Spear Point blade. Blade length not stated but would be over 4".
MTHall720 wrote:gsmith7158 wrote:The only thing that comes to mind are old Sheffield English dirks.
Wow. I have never seen one of those. I wonder if it takes a heavy pull to open one.
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