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Kershaw BLUR S30V STEEL

Model: 1670S30V
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 47675
 
UPC: 087171167275
 
MFG: KERSHAW KNIVES

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Washed Blade Liner Lock 3-3/8" Blade
 

Specifications
Type Folder
Blade Type Drop Point
Blade Length 3.38"
Length 4.5"
Steel CPM-S30V
Handle Material 6061-T6 Anodized Aluminum
Weight 4 oz
Edge Type Plain (Straight)

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Reviewed By: Nathan E on 01/29/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I've had this knife for 5 months now. I've found it to be built structurally very tough. The blade has kept a great edge (it came from the factory very sharp). I use it around the warehouse mostly for box opening through some pretty thick cardboard and it works better than a box opener. If you aren't used to Kershaws assisted openers, be prepared for your thumb to be raw where the tab sits at the base of the blade for a couple months. It takes that long to develop a callace. I've dropped it a few times, the black coating on the handle chipped off a bit, but it's only cosmetic. The blade was dropped on the point on cement and it didn't break so kudos to Kershaw for a tough knife that makes a great EDC.

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