A Woman's Perspective On The Times We Live In


December 28, 2011

Best Knife For A Woman

    I wasn't like my husband, and born with a pocketknife in my hand.  (He was actually sent home from  7th grade for carrying his trusty knife to school).  But it hasn't taken me long to see the importance of having one at my fingertips.  And it was important that I know how to handle it.  So after researching and handling a variety of carry knives, (officially known as tactical folders) I decided on the one I was willing to recommend to you.

Buck Vantage 345

     The Buck Vantage knife, model 345, works for me because it is a thin, lightweight knife; not bulky in a woman's hand.  It's made of stainless steel, with a durable reinforced glass nylon handle, so there's practically no maintenance, and you don't have to worry about rust.


     The 3 1/4 inch blade is perfect for survivalist chores, everyday tasks, or as a defense knife.  It has a tail clip so you can attach it to a jeans pocket or inside your purse.


     The knife works with a liner lock, so there's no spring and it's easy to open and close.  The locking mechanism is even easy to operate one-handed, which was an important feature for me, and you don't have to worry about it closing on your finger.
     The final selling points were the cost ( a low $39 at Buck Knives), and the fact that it is made in the U.S.A.  You can't ask for more!

Psalm 118:16-17     "The right hand of the Lord is exalted; the right hand of the Lord does valiantly.  I shall not die, but live, And declare the works of the Lord"



3 comments:

  1. My favorite knife, the one I've had for almost 20 years, is the Swiss Army Tinker model-very durable, and useful. A couple good runner-ups are the U.S. Army version of the Swiss Army knife(mine's made by Camillus)-extremely durable all-stainless-I stopped carrying it when I got the Swiss Army knife. I also have an older Boy Scout knife.
    In school, I had a off-brand "camper's" knife that held up very well(a K-Mart brand..Sharp, I think). I still have it, but it's loosened up some, and kinda ratty now-but, hey, I used it for 10 years and paid $2.49 for it in 1976.
    I had a knife in school-most people did,guys girls,and teachers..no one said anything to me about it,and it wasn't exactly a secret.

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  2. Thats a good knife. I keep one at the back door as I go outside to my barn. I also keep one in my ATV for chores about the place. Another stays in my purse. And i am thinking i need one more to put in my go bag. You can never have enough knives. Lavendar Lou

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