Kershaw 1945 Barge Knife, Black
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- Manual opening with thumb stud; Frame lock
- Reversible pocket clip (left/right, tip-down)
- Steel: 8Cr13MoV, stonewashed finish; Handle: Glass-filled nylon, steel back
- Blade length: 2.6 inches (6.6 cm); Closed length: 4.7 inches (11.9 cm); Open length: 7.3 inches (18.5 cm)
- Weight: 5.4 ounces (153.1 g)
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You know you do it. And you know you shouldn't. You should never use the blade of your knife-especially the blade of your folding knife-as a pry bar. However, if you're pry-prone anyway, we now have the right knife for you. The Barge features an integral pry bar that extends from the back spacer of the knife. Now there's no need to even think about wrenching on something with your blade. Finally, you've got the right tool for the job-an actual pry bar built into the back of the knife. That said, the Barge's other end is pretty handy, too. The shorter blade is a modified Wharncliffe with a fairly straight edge, which is a great shape for a general utility knife. That edge is extra handy for when you might need to bear down on something you're cutting. The stonewashed finish hides scratches easily. The handle has a faux G-10 textured front scale for grip and a stonewashed steel back with sturdy frame lock. The pocket clip is designed for tip-down carry and is left/right reversible. Next time you need to pry, you know what to do. Grab the Barge.
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Top customer reviews
1) Why did I buy this overweight slab-of-steel? Back to my lightweight EDC for a few weeks.
2) I'm beginning to see the usefulness of a pry tool, after prying a corroded car battery cable terminal loose. Still, I don't find things to pry open on a daily basis.
3) The wharncliffe blade shape is very useful-- after all, Amazon shoppers most frequently reach for a cutting implement when opening those ubiquitous Amazon boxes, right?
It's taken a few months of on-and-off again usage, but now I love this knife. I don't have to baby it. The edge doesn't stay sharp for very long, but is very easy to resharpen. The almost-box-cutter blade profile allows for a strong blade that takes abuse well, but the slight curve to the belly allows for finer chopping, and there is precise control when working with the tip. Oh, and yeah, the pry bar doesn't get used much, but when it does it's nice to have. And, it's a very affordable working knife. If I lost it or broke it, I'd buy another to replace it.