Kershaw Grinder Assisted Opening Pocket Knife
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  • 3 1/4” 4Cr13MoV steel blade with bead-blasted finish
  • SpeedSafe assisted opening with flipper
  • Has a liner lock
  • Glass-filled nylon handle
  • Closed length: 4 1/2”; Open length: 7 3/4”
  • Reversible pocket-clip (left/right, tip-down)

The new Grinder Assisted Opening Knife by Kershaw is a pure work-horse! This knife wants to be to work on your most difficult jobs. It offers a blade with a slightly curved belly for all-purpose cutting and slicing. A clipped, tanto-inspired tip offers excellent piercing capabilities, too. If you need to bear down on the back of the blade during a particularly tough cutting job, the concave spine with heavy jimping provides additional grip security. The work-ready 3 1/4” blade is made of 4Cr13MoV steel for solid service. The Grinder is always ready to go to work quickly thanks to the SpeedSafe assisted opening and convenient built-in flipper. A secure liner lock keeps the blade securely open during work until you release it. The glass-filled nylon handle is ergonomically contoured to fit the hand securely and grooved to offer an extra-secure grip. The deep-carry pocket-clip is easily reversible for tip-down, right- or left-handed carry.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Great design, but... Reviewed by Brian Woodruff on Aug 28, 2016   4 out of 5

I LOVE the blade shape on this knife. It could be a total workhorse. Mine came with a razor edge, but it's almost impossible to keep it that way. Also, the opening assist is more sluggish than on my other Kershaws. Granted, this is a $20 knife, and it's worth it, but if Kershaw were to upgrade to a higher quality blade steel and the same opening mech they use on their higher end knives, I would never use another pocketknife.

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