Kershaw Al Mar AM-4 SpeedSafe Assisted Folder
Kershaw Al Mar AM-4 SpeedSafe Assisted Folder
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Product Description
The Kershaw Al Mar AM-4 combines aspects of two proven knife industry stalwarts. Though Al Mar knives are traditionally made with a manual opening mechanism, the AM-4 gets a modern makeover in this new collaboration with fellow Oregon-based manufacturer Kershaw Read More

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kungaryfu
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Nov 29, 2017
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What is happening with this, what’s the delay? Why aren’t we being updated?
Nov 29, 2017
Kiel
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Nov 20, 2017
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Any news on the ship date? Seeing as Thanksgiving is coming up this week, I'm not optimistic that these will ship out before the holiday...
Nov 20, 2017
Old12b
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Nov 18, 2017
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Is anyone else wondering when the item will ship?
Nov 18, 2017
idoc72
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Oct 19, 2017
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I've got the slightly smaller AM-3 and think it's a great value in a light duty / office knife. Fit & finish, deployment, and lock up are great. Obviously not the equivalent of a real Al Mar, and the handles/frame lock are a departure from the original design, but it's very well done at this price point. The desription should add a photo of the red barrel spacers - looks sharp!
Oct 19, 2017
Bobraz
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Oct 23, 2017
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I would have preferred the AM-3 indeed. Being in Canada with many people unaccustomed to knives, 3" is a better size, it's more non-knife-nut friendly.
But, isn't 8Cr13MoV a "cheaper" steel?
Oct 23, 2017
idoc72
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Oct 23, 2017
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Since it's more of an "office" knife for me (slim, light, and deep-carry clip), I think the steel is just fine - and relatively easy to touch up as needed. I don't think the blade shape and ergonomics really lend themselves to serious heavy duty use anyways. By the way, I noticed they've released a new model with an OD green (rather than black) G-10 scale.
Oct 23, 2017