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    FOR SALE BNIB Kershaw Bareknuckle Olive/Blackwash

    FOR SALE BNIB
    Kershaw Bareknuckle Olive/Blackwash
    $125 Delivered

    • Made in USA
    • KVT ball-bearing opening
    • Flipper
    • Sub-Frame Lock
    • Reversible deep-carry pocketclip (right/left, tip-up)
    • Steel: Sandvik 14C28N, BlackWash™ finish
    • Handle: 6061-T6 aluminum, olive anodized
    • Blade Length: 3.5 in. (8.9 cm)
    • Closed Length: 4.7 in. (11.8 cm)
    • Overall Length: 8.2 in. (20.7 cm)
    • Weight: 3.4 oz. (96.4 g)
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    How does this knife compare to the Natrix ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy View Post
    How does this knife compare to the Natrix ?
    3.5 inch blade instead of 3.25 bigger AOL
    Better blade steel Sandvik 14C28N instead of 8Cr13MoV .
    Aluminum handle not G10
    Made in USA .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy View Post
    How does this knife compare to the Natrix ?
    I'm doing a review of this knife for the magazine and will post a copy on ABF also. In short, one of the nicest knives I've ever come across! Aluminium feels the same as Ti, blade steel is not the greatest but it still holds a good edge BUT it's so easy to sharpen! After years of super-steels and trying to keep them keen - this thing is actually quite a relief! Also, that blade looks like it has a hook on the end, but it's an optical illusion. It's almost dead straight to the tip, a tiny bit upswept if anything. AND it's made in the US!! Seriously amazing value!
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    A few left . Best price in OZ .

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    As featured in Australian Blade magazine Edition 9 .

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