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Yeah, the Spyderco Delica seems to be a good option here.
Has the right size, made in Japan, great slicer, runs on washers, VG10 stainless steel (many Japanese kitchen knives use it or one of its variants) and has a secure back lock.
I love mine.
I wouldn't skip a Spyderco Delica.
Is different from everything you own so far and is a great 3" EDC blade from Spyderco - lightweight, compact and easy to operate.
Spyderco Delica or the Kershaw Knockout.
If you want something smaller and cheaper than a Para 2 - I'd recommend getting the Spyderco Delica or the Benchmade Mini Grip.
Both are great EDC knives and will probably serve you well.
lol im really not a gun snob, but i love my full size mk25, in the summer or when i dont have a suit i carry a small sig p938 so i dont mind smaller guns at all. My spyderco that i just lost was a delica 4. heres the link. I loved it! I also carried a cutco folding knife that was amazing
I vote for a Spyderco Delica.
Spyderco Delica4 Lightweight FRN Flat Ground PlainEdge Knife (Gray) [link]
Spyderco Delica with an aftermarket deep carry pocket clip.
Then it's going to be even harder to make (you'd need to mill a single piece of material, which is always complicated (that is why integral knives usually cost much more than regular sandwich constructed ones).
I'd just get something like the Spyderco Delica instead (probably will be cheaper and better knife as well).