Kershaw Blackout Assisted Opening Pocket Knife
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  • 440A stainless steel blade
  • Non-reflective black coating
  • SpeedSafe assisted-opening mechanism
  • Zytel handle with pocket clip
  • Measures: 3 3/8" blade; 4 3/8" closed

Own the perfect entry level assisted opening folder from Kershaw Knives, designed by Ken Onion.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5
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Best Buy EDC Reviewed by Bill on Aug 16, 2013   5 out of 5

This was my EDC knife for about 8 years. When my son turned 18 last year, I gave it to him. The knife was well used when I had it and is somewhat abused now. It held a shaving sharp edge all the time I used it and was very easy to keep that way with a set of ceramic rods. It is stll holding up, even with my son's abuse, although he has me sharpen it about once a month. My new EDC is the same knife with the serrations, which I find useful. I do miss the plain edge and am getting myself another. This is the best overall folder I've ever had. I use it for camping, fishing, work, and in the kitchen sometimes. Remember, it is a medium use knife, not a crowbar or baton knife. Use it correctly and it will last a long time. Oh, and it's USA made.

awesome knife Reviewed by zazzman on Jan 15, 2013   5 out of 5

Had one of these for a long time now.. holds an edge good and takes one good also... good work horse for daily use..still looks good after all this time.. solid good investment..

Great knife Reviewed by metal sin on Apr 07, 2011   5 out of 5

this is my second knife from Kershaw and by far the best one I've carried on me for about three years now, the tip broke but was easily fixed. I work with the California national Guard and I've put this knife through a work out and still today it cuts any thing.

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