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Kershaw Black Shallot Knife with Tungsten DLC Black coating on Blade & Handle and Partially Serrated Blade
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- Made in the USA
- DLC coating-Handle: 410 stainless steel
- DLC coating-Blade length: 3.5 in. (8.9 cm)-Closed length: 4.4 in. (11.1 cm)-Overall length: 7.9 in. (20 cm)-Weight: 4.2 oz. (119 g)
- Kershaw's black shallot features a partially serrated blade of sandvik 14C28N stainless-steel with tungsten DLC black coating
- Specifications: steel: sandvik 14C28N stainless-steel with tungsten DLC black coating
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Top Customer Reviews
It feels good in the hand and conceals well. Very sharp!
Otherwise, the product came in earlier that expected and came in the manufacturing box with reading material.
Can't go wrong with this brand.
The knife itself is very thin, at only about 1/4" thickness. It consists basically of three sheets of metal, one for each handle and another for the blade, sandwiched together. You could tuck it inside your waistband for comfortable all-day carry. Most other knives are 1/2" or more.
The index finger stud/flipper swings around in the opened position to reinforce the finger choil. In the open position, I feel my hand is safe from sliding up the blade, even in hard use. If I wanted something more grippy, like G10, I'd just add some skateboard friction tape.
So now for the problems:
First, the liner lock does not engage enough for me to feel comfortable. The liner lock already is thinner steel, based on the thin profile of the handle material, plus it only engaged about 20% on the blade. That made me very nervous.
Second, when you change the clip to tip up carry, it exposes a large silver pivot screw. That's not a big deal, as I could cold blue it well enough. I posted a photo.
Third, there's no thumb stud. That probably is not a big deal to most people who will buy the knife, but it's a huge deal to me since I'm in California. That's my bad because I didn't look at the photo close enough. I love the knife enough that I would have paid money to weld on a thumb stud, if the thinness of the liner lock wasn't a deal killer for me.
If I didn't live in California and wanted a lighter duty EDC, this would be perfection. Frankly, I don't think there's a better light duty EDC around, especially for the price.Read more ›
My other complaint is that the re-curve blade doesn't seem well-suited to slicing open envelopes, but maybe that's just me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this as a present for my husband. He had another Kershaw knife that he lost and was very upset at the loss. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Christie Hale
This is hands down my favorite carry knife. Just the right thickness, lenth, and feel. Beautifully crafted, nice blade. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daren Cole
My daily carry. Great size for my hands (large). Love the weight. Solid piece of metal but not gonna drag you down by any means. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John S