Outdoor Edge 3.5″ RazorLite EDC – Item of the Day — 5 Comments

  1. The three inch blade frame might be due to local\state restrictions on the carrying of a bladed weapon in public. The limit seems to be 3″ before it falls under concealed weapons rules in a lot of places. I can’t say for sure, because I have a concealed weapons permit anyway; so I haven’t paid much attention to that anymore, but that has a lot to do with why the more common folders (such as on a Leatherman tool or Gerber multi-tool) are so short. Some states seem to regard a carry knife over 3″ to be a dagger of sorts.

    • Beware, I saw a video with some lawyers recently, I think thier channel is called The Armed Attorneys, they mentioned that in some jurisdictions that one could be charged for an “illegal” knife even if that person were legally carrying a firearm at the time. Seems asinine to me. Sorry I don’t recall the jurisdiction, just be sure if the laws where you are. Be safe bro.

      • Well unless you live somewhere totally retarded that would not apply to a knife with a 3.5 inch blade.

        There is truth to what you say, knife laws are what they are and a CCP/CCL does not change them. In Texas unless you are camping, pursuing game, etc. you can’t carry a knife in excess of 6 inches and some other restrictions on them as well.

        Laws are laws, this comment really doesn’t do much here though.

  2. These Outdoor Edge replaceable blades are amazing! I’m still not happy about butchering my chickens, so I use a new blade on one of these to cut their neck while in a killing cone for every batch of 25 or so. It gives me huge comfort knowing that I have the absolute sharpest blade that money can reasonably have. I can easily cut straight through to the spine in a single cut and know the chickens don’t suffer. In my first time I used a different knife, and it was pretty sad to have to make a second cut because I didn’t cut deep enough on the first swipe. That has not happened even once when using these knives.

    I’m fairly good with a whetstone (wet stone?), but I still can’t come close to the sharpness of these Outdoor Edge knives.