Best Taylor Cutlery Ltc 80T Schrade Old Timer 3-Blade Hunting Knife
It’s always fun to discover and review multifunctional knives and compare them to the single use knife, as the race to bridge the gap between the two types never seems to come close. The Taylor Cutlery Ltc 80T Schrade Old Timer 3-Blade attempts to close that gap with its 400 series stainless steel 2.8 multiuse set, a collection of Sheep Foot & Spey Blades, this pocket knife has 3 total blades for their own specific use. It is very compact, and closed it is only about 4 inches, while the blades are a good 3 inches in length. The handle is a Delrin, and more or less does what it is supposed to do.
There is nothing fancy about this one, there isn’t even a locking mechanism. You force it open, use, close it up. It’s not too bad for what it can be used for, and it is the lowest priced item on this list, but that price comes with sacrifice. This will not be in the family for generations, and possibly won’t even be in the original purchaser’s collection a couple of years down the road. Old style blades like this were actually better built, so it is a shame that this one couldn’t bring back some of that fame. As is, there are much better pocket knives elsewhere to be had for just a little bit more money.