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Which Discontinued Kershaw model would you most like to see brought back?

Model 1993-2 Gentleman's Folder gets my vote.


A slightly smaller size would be nice too.

(I bet Andy will pick the 2950 Twist Lock)

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The Nakamura (# 1480)

Length, Open: 6.75"
Length, Closed: 3.875"
Blade Length: 2.875"
Blade Material: VG-10
Handle Material: Quince Wood
Locking Method: Locking Liner
Opening Method: Thumb Studs
Clip: Yes
Weight: 3.2 oz

2950 Twist Lock for fishermen

I have to second that nomination. I have one, but I would like a second so I would have the courage to EDC one of them.
Any luck finding another one yet, Andy? I have remembered you were looking for one and tried to do searches online for them at different times in the last year or so. Now I so interested in them that I will have to find two and keep one for myself.
Thank you, and yes-- please do! I'll let you know if I can find one for you. I've beaten Google with a stick weekly with no results. Once a guy here led me on and on about having one for me, and he left the board after weaseling out a third time. That's a hell of a thing to do to someone.

I carry an Opinel 12 EDC and like the twist lock. Took me a year to find a new (old) Cold Steel Twistmaster. So far as I know the Kershaw 2950 is the third. I lost mine overboard South of Hawaii on a fishing trip, and unfortunately my old beat up handle didn't quite float.

If you learn of any other twist lock knives let me know!
That Nakamura-san knife is beautiful. Seems to embody every virtue. The "Blade Shop" on Amazon reports a few in stock at about $106, and http://www.discountgunmart.com reports one at about $95.

Kershaw 1630 Cyclone

I really liked the Boa and the baby Boa. They made a nice pair to carry as a EDC and a money clip.

oh the nakamura Yes!!!!!! nice one I never seen one upclose only in pics

kage said:

The Nakamura (# 1480)

Length, Open: 6.75"
Length, Closed: 3.875"
Blade Length: 2.875"
Blade Material: VG-10
Handle Material: Quince Wood
Locking Method: Locking Liner
Opening Method: Thumb Studs
Clip: Yes
Weight: 3.2 oz

It would be the original Volt for me - 

best 

mqqn

I have a Kershaw Leek with G-10 handle scales.  I would love to see that one come back again.

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