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Lightweight blades for backpacking

Old 08-29-2010, 05:23 PM
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Default Lightweight blades for backpacking

Seeking advice from those that pack light on what kind (or specifically brand) of knife you carry. Most of my deer/elk hunting is via backpack, so Iím always looking to shave weight down. The last few years Iíve carried a couple of decent quality 4Ē-sih trapper knives. So basically I have 4 blades to work with. But are there any better ideas out there? Any and all feedback appreciated. Thank you.
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Old 09-18-2010, 12:53 PM
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Since no one has jumped in yet with a comment what about a Spyderco H1 Salt folder ?

I carry one almost every day. The blade tip is drop point enough to be a decent skinner /hunting knife and it is very light weight. The steel is about a rust proof as you can get and holds an edge very well. Overall this is one of my favorite knives. The street price is not too bad either at about $60

Here's a pic of one.



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Old 09-18-2010, 02:17 PM
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Kershaw are nice light weight knives however I've also found that custom knife makers are the way to go when wanting specific criteria, lightweight and holding an edge
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