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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-03-2009, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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Kershaw knives

Ive heard a lot of good things about them and i was looking at getting a new pocket sized one. Are they were a little more money? Whats the best pocket knife out there?

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i love the ken onion chive for a all around pocket knife.

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the ken onion rainbow leek is great
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No flash---just an honest knife.

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Re: Kershaw knives

They make very nice and sharp knife.

Me, I prefer Gerber or Cold Steel.
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I had a few Ken Onion designed 'vapor' by Kershaw & lost them. Then I got the Gerber AR 3.0 and found it to be smoother to open & stays sharp longer...costs about 1/3rd more...stays clipped to my pocket better too!

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I think Kershaw knives are the absolute best knives for a pocket knife. I owned two but ended up losing them both (I am terrible with pocket knives). I'm going to be in the market for another soon.

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I have had a chive for a couple of years now, it has come in handy so many times

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the kershaw knives are light, I think that is why I loose them. I have an old three rivet barlow for 20 years never lost it. I have had two kershaws and lost them both. think they fall out of my pocket while im digging for other stuff and I dont feel it because they are so light. so its back to the barlow...

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i have lost two chives without knowing it....grrrrr

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