Can we talk tools? I like to carry a pocket knife with me, it's one of the most important, not as a weapon or some /b/ tier shit like that but for utility.
In my opinion nothing can match the high quality and practical user friendly interface of an Microtech Ultratech.
yeah, there's really no benefit of a spring knife that is worth the hassle of dealing with weapons laws. I can open a regular folder (even one without the little assist knob or 'spring assist') one handed, since i still have all my fingers.
Plus, my instinct has always been to not trust the locking mechanism of a lot of folding knives. framelocks always seem to jam open on me, and don't trust the straight folders, so lockback for the win imo.
I just feel the Ultratech is the safest, most cost effective option for those that want a very high quality, modern knife for general tool use.
I just feel like you should stop posting this all over multiple boards because there's a rule against doing just that and someone might report you for it.
You're not going to get the response you want here, nobody cares about your toy.
for my money, i would never trust a mechanical knife, or a folding knife, get me a full tang knife (is that the right term? only one i know) that fits in my hand and won't let my hand slip to the blade no matter how stupid a thing i do... that's what will get my money.
I own many knives from some of the better-known folding knife brands and I always keep going back to one of my Delica 4s or my Dragonfly2. It's that damn grind with the leaf-shaped blade that just werks better than all other blade shapes.