What is a good knife brand?

I need a high quality knife. NO CHINA S**T. It needs to have amazing quality and be able to hold an edge. I'm willing to pay 150 dollars for a knife. I don't want a Swiss army style knife. It's just a high quality blade I want no tools. I need it to be reliable, and sturdy for hunting and camping. I like the classic style buck knife, but all their knives are junk now. NO ASIAN JUNK LIKE I SAID. Please read the entire thing. Buck is awful I had an older one and it was amazing, but new Buck knives suck. I'm super picky about knives, my most expensive knife is handmade by a American Indian in Alaska in costs 800 dollars, and no that isn't a typo I did just type 800 dollars. I WANT THE BEST IT CAN POSSIBLY GET FOR 150 DOLLARS, AND NO SHEATH KNIVES.

Asked By: Andrew - 3/6/2009
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As far as I can tell you're looking for a fixed blade knife, not for a folder, correct... More
Answered By: Visor - 3/8/2009
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Benchmade, Spyderco, Microtech. If one of those doesn't suit you you're too picky.
Answered By: Chris - 3/6/2009
Gerber, Buck, Spyderco All are high quality and affordable.
Answered By: BaltTigger - 3/6/2009
Definately buck or Gerber they can hold an edge n last forever. But if u want the ultimate knife go w a usmc ka-bar knife tough rugged n extremely sharp just don't use an electronic knife sharpener on it just spit stone is it.
Answered By: Luke M - 3/6/2009
benchmade, Gerber, SOG, Ka-bar, Cold steel, etc. All made in this great nation
Answered By: Jesse - 3/6/2009
ka-bar is a good knife. I have a Kershaw pocket knife that is great too.
Answered By: Jake - 3/6/2009
I like S&W knives. I carry two of them on duty all the time
Answered By: eric s - 3/6/2009
SOG, Smith and Wesson, Cold Steel, Gerber
Answered By: bobbo342 - 3/6/2009
buck has some very good knives that hold a edge.gerber is another well made prepared but most of all the knives are made in japan.i have hunted and used all kinds of knives for almost 50 years.a few years ago i found a knife that holds the edge for quiet a while. it is a can send it back to them... More
Answered By: charlsyeh - 3/6/2009
Contact my good friend and Brother Mason BJ Snot at Tipi Knifeworks in Columbus, GA. Bill's knives are true works of art and will skin an elephant as still give you a good shave. Doc
Answered By: Doc Hudson - 3/7/2009
My best knife Cold Steel folders should do the trick. I dont understand why no sheath knives???
Answered By: taterjonny - 3/7/2009
I would go with a Chris Reeve fixed or folding knife... More
Answered By: JC - 3/7/2009
I can't believe that out of all of these posts, not a single person mentioned Case Cutlery of Bradford, Pennsylvania. For the best value, I would recommend a vintage Case....something made between 1960 and 1990. Another good modern knife are the Cold Steel series by Lynn Thompson out in California.
Answered By: nickdc1960 - 3/7/2009
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Answered By: - 3/7/2009
For your price range of $150.00 i will go with a Benchmade or Spyderco. On the other hand for less money and the same quality i would go with a Kershaw. I have used my Kershaw for about 4 years now and i love it. It keeps a great edge and it is very reliable and strong. You can get one like i have with the assistant... More
Answered By: dsvob265 - 3/7/2009
cold steel, gerber, benchmade, kershaw, sog, so many good knives...
Answered By: grooomsh - 3/7/2009
Benchmade and zero tolerance are 2 incredibility good brands for the price...SOG is okay but some of them can be touchy with the hinges and holding an edge
Answered By: Zac - 10/28/2013
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