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    So I comming up on 10 years being married. My wife wants to spend a weekend in Pigeon Forge. She told me I could spend $100 at Smokey Mountain Knife works as my gift. This will be in June, but I like to take my time figuring out what to buy.

    So my question to you is, If you were turned loose in SMKW with $100, what would you get?

    The most expensive knife I have ever owned was $25-$30. So I plan on getting one close to $100.

    Most of my knives are small, Moras mostly. I was thinking of something bigger. I had a Condor Bushcraft basic 5", but it sprouted legs before I got to use it.

    I sortof have small hands, but not super small.

    I would really like to know what you would get!

    Thanks, God bless,
    Chad

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    A Becker BK7 and the micarta scales to go on it.

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    I would definately look at the Beckers and ESSEs.

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    +1 on the BK7! Or any if the Beckers for that matter. They're all great knives and practically indestructible.

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    beckers are the best bang for the buck.I have the bk2 and i think it would last 10 lifetimes.

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    The only Beckers I can find on there site are signature sieres knives. No BK7 or BK2.

    I really like the looks of the Esee-4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
    The only Beckers I can find on there site are signature sieres knives. No BK7 or BK2.

    I really like the looks of the Esee-4.
    The esee 4 is an amazing knife I had one and used it for everything I always tried to find some reason to use it so I used it a lot every day but I had to get different scales from the knife connection but I have really weird hands I guess

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    I would sneak an extra $20 and buy two $60 knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
    The only Beckers I can find on there site are signature sieres knives. No BK7 or BK2.

    I really like the looks of the Esee-4.
    The ESEE 4 is an awesome blade, the handle is a bit small for some folks though so be sure you like how it fits your hand before buying.

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    Get the Condor Village Parang, and with the change take her out to a nice dinner.

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