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Bear and Son Knives?

Discussion in 'Knives, Tactical Gear, and Survival' started by brushtrooper, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. brushtrooper

    brushtrooper New Member

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    I tried searching but nothing popped up. Anyone use these? Are they any good? They look like a good knife and the price point is better than Case.
     


  2. Sam7sf

    Sam7sf Well-Known

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    Never had one from them. What price point are you looking at and what type of blade?
     
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  3. sharkey

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    Funny you ask. They make a clever I was looking at but I thought was a lil pricey. I am a knife guy and never heard of them before. Just bought a Kershaw 7007 with cheap steel but a bargain price. Found a nice clever with a good plastic sheath for a measly $7 at Burlington.

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  4. brushtrooper

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    I am actually considering to be dealer for these and was hoping to hear some kind of feed back. Seems lack of product knowledge is problem to consider.
     
  7. Sam7sf

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    Right on, good luck. Any reason for the brand? Good margin? You could research what forge the metal comes from. IMO, check out the cold steel Finn bear. Dealer cost at the time was 9 bucks and they sell well at 15 to 20 bucks. And they are very durable. I mean freakishly durable.

    Other cheap knives that are great is the kershaw shuffle. Edge retention is so so but it’s been a stellar edc blade for 20 bucks.
     
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  8. brushtrooper

    brushtrooper New Member

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    All American made. From what I read they bought a case plant in Alabama and started from there. Lifetime warranty. Cost low enough to where I could add a small margin and beat most other knives. Firm believer in keeping the margins in check and turn over a high rate of product
     
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  9. robertc1024

    robertc1024 Just the facts Ma'am. TGT Supporter

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    Never heard of them, but just downloaded their catalog.
     

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