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I'm looking for any kershaw collector who can tell me who designed the kershaw salvo!
The Shield has an interesting blade design... very nice. The Launch 6 is probably my next purchase, looks a lot like a ProTech and opens just as fast!
Kershaw is a great product. Pictured here are the Launch 1, the new Launch 4 and the new Shield. Of the three I love the Shield which is an assisted opening. The Launch series of knives are automatic. The Launch 1 has a 3.4 inch blade with the Launch 4 having a 1.9 inch blade. An assisted opening knife, the Shield has a 3.1 inch blade. Many law enforcement officers who take pride in their duty folding knife, meaning they will pay more than $20, carry the Kershaw knives.
When I switched over from traditionals to more modern styles, I found Kershaw great for their variety of styles and affordability, yet still great quality, fit and finish.
Whatever your style of shuffle is(old school vs new) Kershaw has come out with their own. No it’s not a dance, it’s a knife!
Do the Shuffle! a review with steve hanner
LOL on the Aprils fools flippers
Happy April Fools on the flippers LOL.
Great chart! Well done!
I gave my Borther-in-law one but he uses it when he goes to work on his farm. He would not part with it for any money. If you do find one used, first thing you tighten all the screws and put lock-tight on the thumb stud. Kershaw are out of the thumb studs as I got the last one. They had to scrounge around to find that one. I would believe by now they are out of any screws and or parts for this tool.
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