The new 2014 assisted opening knife from Kershaw, the 1678 Camber, with an S30V steel blade and 6061-T6 aluminum handle with Trac-Tec inserts, is one sweet blade. Great opening action and a liner lock that keeps the blade securely in place makes this knife one I want for my everyday carry. If you’re a fan of the Blur model but like a flipper opening style, the Camber is for you. Great made in the USA Kershaw quality, get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.
Designed by Matt Diskin, the Kershaw 1085 Diskin Hunter is an ideal sized fixed blade. Large enough for tough jobs, slim enough for fine jobs, and light enough to carry all day. Built of premium 14C28N Sandvik stainless steel, the blade will take and hold a fine edge making this a very nice hunting tool. Comes with a high quality leather belt sheath and is backed by Kershaw’s lifetime warranty. Best of all is it’s made in the USA. Get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kershaw Nura is a Dmitry Sinkevich designed folder that uses the Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing system for smooth, easy opening without a mechanical assist. It’s very well balanced and comfortable in the hand. The Nura handle design has a sleek, streamlined look and feel, while still feeling robust and durable. Both the blade and the handle are titanium carbo-nitride coated for a matte gray finish, while the handle flats have been sanded to provide a desirable satin finish. Great jimping and blade shape make this a great EDC knife that you won’t hesitate to use an abuse. See all details at www.knifecenter.com.
What are you carrying today? I have my Kershaw Shallot with Damascus Blade.
Kershaw didn’t just make another folding knife with the Strobe, they used their KVT ball-bearing system for a fast, easy open and based on a fixed blade they released years ago – the Diskin Hunter. If you were a fan of that knife, which all of us here still are, but want it in a more compact, folding version, well here you go. With a 3.3″ stonewashed blade and just over 7.5″ overall length, it’s a good size folder for any task and lighweight enough to carry anywhere. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kershaw 1302BW Lifter is one sweet tactical folder anyone can afford. How in the world Kershaw can produce quality like this for $20, is a mystery that we can all benefit from. It’s got a modified tanto blade with a slight recurve, that opens easily with its built in flipper or dual thumbstuds. The Lifter also has a sturdy frame lock that safely secures the blade open during use. All in all a wonderful tactical knife, entirely blackwashed and fit with a deep carry pocket clip. Get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.