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Kershaw Secret Agent (4007); Concealable Boot Knife with Strong Single Edge 4.4 Inch 8Cr13MoV Steel Blade; Arrives with Dual Carry Molded Sheath and Stealthy Non-Reflective Black Oxide Finish, 3 OZ.
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- 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade with high carbon is heat treated for performance, hardness and durability
- Handle is reinforced synthetic polymer encased by textured rubber for grip security; reinforcement provides increased strength, stiffness and stability
- Tech rich black oxide coating converts steel to magnetite to boost appearance and corrosion resistance
- High performing sheath provides clip for belt or UWB carry and slots for leg carry straps; both ensure users’ preference for accessibility
- Blade’s first edition survives torture test seen on Survival Bros; fans claim it slices through plastic, aluminum, kelp, rope, jellyfish and fiberglass
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The updated Secret Agent, from reliable knife maker Kershaw in Tualatin, Oregon, claims a breath-catching model number: 4 007. Appropriately designated, it is lightweight at 3.0 ounces, yet heavy duty and indestructible for tactical use, personal protection, outdoor jobs and recreational tasks related to scuba diving, fishing, hunting and camping. With its industrial aesthetic, the all-black Secret Agent boot knife is comfortable accompanying a Bond-like tuxedo-clad urban dweller or a survivalist conquering the wild. Its razor-like edge sharpens easily after frequent use, and its handle has a lanyard hole for additional carry options that make this aggressive knife even more versatile. Slim, classy, long-lasting and functional, Secret Agent in no-shine matte finish makes a stylish, affordable gift for any knife enthusiast. It promises to deliver performance and value as it tackles every mission assigned with smooth determination.
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The kydex sheath on the Kershaw 4007 is about 1/2 the width of the CRKT and the whole set up is lighter. In addition, while I found the handle of the CRKT Dragon excellent in a natural grip, it was not as good in a reverse (ice pick) grip. The Kershaw feels comfortable in any type of grip. I also liked the double-sided blade of the Kershaw as it penetrates effortlessly and a little more efficiently than the Dragon does.
The kydex sheath on the Kershaw killed it for me. It's well built and holds the blade securely, however the design of it makes is UNCOMFORTABLE for long periods of time the way I carry it (upside down on the inside front of my calf with the metal clip REMOVED). Unfortunately while thinner than the CRKT Dragon's sheath, it is THICKER in an awkward manner that causes part of the sheath to dig into my calf after a period of time. The CRKT's sheath is much flatter and wider and sits more comfortably against the leg. In fact, I've worn the CRKT Dragon for an entire day without hardly noticing it was there. I couldn't wear the Kershaw more than 2 or 3 hours, which means I wouldn't carry it on a regular basis negating the entire benefit of having one. I tried the Kershaw as a forearm carry but it was too long for that and also had the problem of digging into me, and it's too long to practically conceal when clipped on my belt.
One additional con is that, while the CRKT Dragon is most visibly full-tang, I have no reason to be believe that the secret agent is. In fact, the handle feels far too light to be full tang despite the butt cap that makes it APPEAR full tang. Similar in size to the Dragon, it was much lighter and the only way to shed weight is to shed metal like Kershaw did on the 4007...not what I really want to see in a backup knife.
Bottom line: for my style of carry, the CRKT Dragon is a better fit for my needs though the Kershaw 4007 is a quality product.
An update for purchasers and to answer a question about wearing this at the 6 oclock position. There are strap slots in the sheath, and I have it mounted this way on my backpack shoulder strap. I secured it with two pieces of velcro. The plastic sheath has a portion that clips the knife into place, but I did not trust this to keep the knife securely in the sheath while upside down. There are two holes already in the sheath at the handle portion, and I ran a piece of 550 cord through it and used a slide lock to keep the knife secured.