As I think I mentioned in another post, the Vesuvius has a drop pojnt blade although it is a little larger than your needs and is hollow ground. However I must go against the trend here and disagree on the usefulness of the drop point style for EDC. I carried a drop point knife for some time (Wegner Jr.) but have since found that I much prefer a modified Wharncliffe blade like the Centofante Jr. or Calypso Jr. (both now discontinued <img src="sad.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0>). A. G. Russell has developed a similar blade shape that he calls a <a href="http://www.agrussell.com/agrussell/feat ... l">General
Purpose</a> blade. The finer point and straighter edge of these blades (particularly the Centofante) is much for useful for the tasks I use my knife for on a regular basis, such as peeling fruit, opening mail, cutting out clippings, removing splinters and cleaning up woodwork joints. I particularly like the Centofante because its blade is quite thin as well as flat ground so it cuts like a laser.
Just my AUS$0.02 which is actually only worth US$0.0108, so it probably wasn't worth reading anyway <img src="wink.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle border=0>.
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