Outdoor Camping Knives Kershaw 1660 Ken Onion Leek Assisted Opening Flipper Pocket Knife Bead Blast Plain Blade Stainless Steel Handles Folding Knife

Outdoor Camping Knives Kershaw 1660 Ken Onion Leek Assisted Opening Flipper Pocket Knife Bead Blast Plain Blade Stainless Steel Handles Folding Knife

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Product Description

(Mini knife)
Blade material: 9Cr18Mov steel
Handle material: 440 stainless steel
Blade thickness: 1.5mm
Expanded length: 18cm
Folded length: 11cm
Process: CNC water mill
Scope of application: camping in the wild,survival in the jungle, self-driving travel, gift giving
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(1660)
“Blade length: 7.6 cm
Closure length: 10.3 cm
Total length:17.9 cm
Speedsafe auxiliary opening frame lock reversible (up / down)
Chuck steel: Sandvik 14c28n,
Bead finishing handle: 410 stainless steel,

(1660)There are many reasons why leeks are so popular. Kelshaw leeks may be the ideal EDC. Leek has a three inch blade. It’s a large knife, but it’s not too big. Its ultra-thin design makes it easy to carry, and its high-performance Sandvik 14c28n blade’s sharp blade means it can handle all-round cutting tasks. The blade is a modified landing point, so it is a very good slicing knife, and the slender blade tip gives it the penetration force and the ability to do fine work. For some serrated blades, select 1660st leeks. Like other “”onion”” knives, leek knives are characterized by a quick and safe two handed opening system. Whether you are left-handed or right-handed, just pull the protruding blade back or push the thumb column outward, and the leek blade can start to work. In addition to its 14c28n blade, this leek is characterized by a pure stainless steel treatment that makes it look clean and smooth. For confident blade use, a super secure frame lock keeps the blade locked during use and tips the lock slider locks when the blade is closed when folded. The pocket clip can be configured to roll over or roll in and handle drilling to receive lanyard.”