Kershaw KS3820 Injection 3.0 Folding Knife

Kershaw KS3820 Injection 3.0 Folding Knife

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An everyday gentleman’s workhorse, the Kershaw KS3820 Injection 3.0 features a bead-blasted 3-inch drop-point blade for tackling a wide range of tasks. Designed in collaboration with Todd Rexford, it’s got a 3D-machined G-10 handle—with incised cutouts on each side to let you see through to the steel liners—for a folder that looks as good as it performs Read More
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Craven
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May 4, 2018
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It light and holds it's edge with light use, rope cutting/box opening. The blade locks tight open and closed. It wont open in your pocket. It's nothing special, but for $10- $15 bucks I can carry it every day I won't feel bad about prying something open, chipping/breaking the blade, or losing it. I would buy another
Locke99gs
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Jun 20, 2018
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Fantastic for the price. The blade is fairly cheap steel, but OK at this price point. Do recommend for spare or to hand out as gifts.
I've purchased several of these for just those reasons.
Sigzi
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May 23, 2018
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Apr 27, 2018
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Meh it's a knife. It cuts. I thought the handle was 3d printed which is why I bought it but it's just a bead blasted folder. Nothing special.
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