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Lowest it's been in a while - $29.99 for the Kershaw Ken Onion Leek 1660 knife.

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I believe he means the little sliding lock on the rear of the handle that prevents it from opening or closing, not the liner lock that holds the blade in place. I found that feature annoying and unnecessary. Occasionally, it would slide down in my pocket and prevent me from opening the knife until I slid it back. I ended up removing from my knife.

Just for fun...I checked my Amazon order placed for this knife on Nov. 30th, 2015 and it was $27.05 before tax. Just a bit of sale price inflation there.
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This is my EDC. the plastic lock will break on you, but they will send replacements whenever you ask.
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dont know why you're getting negatives. you are giving accurate valid info on this piece.
I also have this as my EDC. My blade retention clip has also broken several times. And they have sent out 2 , each time I notified them. Can't really ask for more than that. Blade doesn't hold it's edge for very long, albeit I use it every single day several times a day.
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This is my EDC. the plastic lock will break on you, but they will send replacements whenever you ask.
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This is my EDC. the plastic lock will break on you, but they will send replacements whenever you ask.
My EDC as well for about two years. No problem with any lock. The lock on all of my Ken Onion's are metal. Ken Onion is made in the USA 🇺🇸 not al Kershaw's are.
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There is no plastic lock on a leak
There was on all three of mine.
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There is no plastic lock on a leak
the lock is to keep the blade from opening, then it is a liner lock to close
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There is no plastic lock on a leak
I believe he means the little sliding lock on the rear of the handle that prevents it from opening or closing, not the liner lock that holds the blade in place. I found that feature annoying and unnecessary. Occasionally, it would slide down in my pocket and prevent me from opening the knife until I slid it back. I ended up removing from my knife.

Just for fun...I checked my Amazon order placed for this knife on Nov. 30th, 2015 and it was $27.05 before tax. Just a bit of sale price inflation there.
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Great knife...Just had to buy a new one, because I lost it.
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This has become my EDC. Slim profile some people like, others don't. Good weight and action as well as a very sharp knife. Good buy! Made is USA - says it on the knife. Half of the sliding lock is plastic - the part that touches the tip of the knife.
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This is my EDC. the plastic lock will break on you, but they will send replacements whenever you ask.
dont know why you're getting negatives. you are giving accurate valid info on this piece.
I also have this as my EDC. My blade retention clip has also broken several times. And they have sent out 2 , each time I notified them. Can't really ask for more than that. Blade doesn't hold it's edge for very long, albeit I use it every single day several times a day.
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I believe he means the little sliding lock on the rear of the handle that prevents it from opening or closing, not the liner lock that holds the blade in place. I found that feature annoying and unnecessary. Occasionally, it would slide down in my pocket and prevent me from opening the knife until I slid it back. I ended up removing from my knife.

Just for fun...I checked my Amazon order placed for this knife on Nov. 30th, 2015 and it was $27.05 before tax. Just a bit of sale price inflation there.
That's what myself and first poster are talking about. I myself prefer to have the clip in locked position for safety. Don't want work place mishaps
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dont know why you're getting negatives. you are giving accurate valid info on this piece.
I also have this as my EDC. My blade retention clip has also broken several times. And they have sent out 2 , each time I notified them. Can't really ask for more than that. Blade doesn't hold it's edge for very long, albeit I use it every single day several times a day.
Yeah, just a bit harsh. Then my reply clarifying what i was trying to say got hit also... I hope the community here isn't going to pot.
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In for one...have wanted one of these for a while now, but knew they showed up frequently on SD so couldn't just pay regular price.
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That's what myself and first poster are talking about. I myself prefer to have the clip in locked position for safety. Don't want work place mishaps
If you carry a knife with the clip in the correct place and in the appropriate pocket, it's essentially impossible for the blade to open in your pocket. Always, always, always have the spine of the blade resting into the seam of your pocket, never facing into the opening. As long as the blade is resting in the seam, it's impossible for it to come out unless your pants' seam fails.
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