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Been carrying the Gerber Ghoststrike at my 3 o'clock for a few months now and love it. I have it set up vertical on my belt to keep it concealed.
I carry this one camping and I really like it: https://www.amazon.com/Gerber-Ghoststrike-Fixed-Blade-30-001005/dp/B00KCCOVVU
Not crazy about the sheath, I made a simple one out of an old notebook cover and duct tape that weighs just a few grams. Together with some fasteners it comes in at 66 grams (including knife).
I also carry a SOG foldable wood saw without the handle. The handle weighs a little over 200g, the blade itself with another simple homemade sheath is 68g. Link: https://www.amazon.com/SOG-F11BN-CP-Folding-Steel-Blades/dp/B01BDBX4WU/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=sog+wood+saw&qid=1553213225&s=hi&sr=1-3
Lastly I carry a https://www.amazon.com/Leatherman-Skeletool-Multitool-Stainless-Steel/dp/B000XU9NXW/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=skeletool&qid=1553213022&s=hi&sr=1-1. These weigh 162g, and it doubles as a pretty darn reliable handle for the saw. But I get pliers and wire cutters, which I rarely use but I like to have. Extra knife also allows me to keep my little fixed blade clean for food prep.
Nerdy as it is, I also have a hiking stick with inlaid screws for mounting the blade to for cutting down those dead branches from pine trees for fires. Haven't taken this out yet =P
FYI the cheap stainless mora companion with a slightly altered sheath (hacksaw'd off the belt part) weighs 112 grams. This is also a great knife.
Could always try a Gerber Ghoststrike
It’s not the sharpest knife ever but it’s decent.