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Hey Clint, check the serial number on the hilt. The number on the paper doesn't match the knife. It's serial # 0000 (no clue why it's that, but if anyone has any idea, please chime in).
Mirror-polished, AUS8A stainless-steel blade, stainless-steel pommel and guard
Genuine close-grained ebony hardwood handle
Serial-numbered and very early production, #0357
5.25 inch blade.
Very nice! What's the blade length on that? What kind of steel?
Omar thanks for sharing this Kershaw Trooper. Great knife and highly collectable.
That is indeed a stunning Kershaw
Beautiful Kershaw, Josh!
Omar...from what I found, the Salvo (previously called the Barrage) was designed by Tim Galyean.
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