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Hi all, I am looking for a decent quality knife around $100 if possible, preferably made in the US, that comes with a rigid (e.g. kydex) MOLLE sheath. Click-in retention is fine and I don't really want the sheath to go up the handle. Came across the Gerber Strongarm, Kabar (plenty of choices), and SOG (though not all their knives had the rigid sheath). Suggestions?

Thanks!

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Just now, Pete1 said:

Esee for all uses. Great company and an incredible warranty 

This is what I went with. A bit more than I wanted to spend but definitely worth it. Thanks everyone for the suggestions!

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