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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.
This is extremely helpful when looking at Kershaws to purchase if your not overly familiar with the knives in their line
Handy little chart I put together comparing the relative sizes of the popular Kershaw folders!
The annual Kai USA Warehouse Sale has been a holiday shopping tradition for Kershaw fans in the Portland, Oregon area for many years. It's the one weekend each year that we throw open the doors of our warehouse and invite everyone to get in on some of the best deals of the year. There are savings of up to 75% off on a great selection of Kershaw, Shun, and even some Zero Tolerance "gifts with a point."
How can we sell our quality products at a discount like that? Well, here's the story behind the Warehouse Sale:
That is a excellent t RJ Martin Design I have to get one for my collection.
Thanks! It's a neat little lockback.
Always did like that knife. Looks great, nice find!
Here's my Kershaw Silver Spur I found hiding away...........
The Cryo will be sold I will wait for the Cryo 2 the Cryo 1 is just to bulky and small for my taste but it is a very nice knife I wanted to try it and I'm not disappointed plus it is a licensed Rick Hinderer design. If you don't know witch one to pick I would recommend the SS Zing it is also assisted and it is slimmer and lighter the only down side is tat funny pocket clip but you can have it all right ?
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