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A Few of my Kershaws I found while gathering up my Knives The far left is aTrooper Boot Knife and the One on top of first row is a Lahar,a somewhat rare Kershaw. The rest are still available.

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Thanks Andy, I love that green bump as well. I've been trying to get my hands on a matching blue one for a while now. Always another one to find.

Thanks David - it is an LE from 2012 - VG10 and green G10 - I have been told there are only 32 in North America. I know there is at least a couple. 

This one is one of my favorite Kershaws, and it was one of the earlier LE titanium products that came from Tualatin. 

The Speedform 3500; Composite blade, 3d machined Ti and produced in very limited numbers. 

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mqqn

WOW!  Andy that is a sexy little blade

Thanks Jan! It is very "European", at least that is what I have always thought about this design. It was an in-house Kershaw design, and it is very nice to carry. 

I'll post some of the other Kershaws from my collection, but this one has always been a favorite. 

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Jan Carter said:

WOW!  Andy that is a sexy little blade

Hey Andy, are you selling that green Lahar on eBay? There is one for sale right now with a BuyItNow price of 189. It says there are only 40 in North America. After seeing yours, I may have to grab it.

My current collection of Blurs.  Some people ask if I have enough yet and those people don't understand knives. 

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Awesome collection David! I have a love of Blurs myself, so I know where you're coming from.

Here is one that you don't see often - the 3500 Speedform. This knife was the first of what I will call the top-tier, 3d machined Ti framelock knives from Kershaw/ZT. Using the patented Composite Blade technology introduced in 2007 on the Tyrade, the Speedform sports an Elmax cutting edge and a CPM-D2 spine. 6AL 4V Ti for the frame and you have the 2009 Blade Show Knife of the Year.  There were very few of these made, I am guessing these number 200 or less worldwide. 

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mqqn


Hi David - I apologize, I did not see your reply until right now, although I check in here at least every couple days... 

I rarely sell anything, and that Ebay sale is not mine. 

There were 32 of these in the USA, it was a "Japan only" release when it was available. I purchased mine from a dealer that is in Oregon and has close ties to the folks at Kershaw, and he is the one that gave me the numbers. 

I know that they were limited enough that at a couple of the people that work the Blade Show for Kershaw bought them at the 2012 show when I bought mine. 

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mqqn


David said:

Hey Andy, are you selling that green Lahar on eBay? There is one for sale right now with a BuyItNow price of 189. It says there are only 40 in North America. After seeing yours, I may have to grab it.

Here is my Kershaw Collection. Still some of my favorite carry knives. 

Nice selection, Jeremy! 

Here is a picture of the latest Kershaw I picked up - the Link 1776 exclusive from House of Blades - with S35VN steel, deep carry pocket clip and custom laser engraving in stars and bars - I won this beauty on Instagram a few weeks back. It's a great little knife! 

I found out that Kershaw was making some flippers with damascus blades . . . Santa is bring one for my partner this year.

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