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Amazon has Kershaw 1660CKTST Black Leek Serrated Folding Knife w/ SpeedSafe for $35. Shipping is free. Thanks StadiumDrive

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Kershaw Black Leek Serrated 1660CKTST has been at $50 and $42 recently and now is at $35. Made in USA knife.

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Kershaw Black Leek Serrated 1660CKTST has been at $50 and $42 recently and now is at $35. Made in USA knife.

https://www.amazon.com/Kershaw-16...+1660cktst

Great knife
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Gosh dang this is tempting and I already have the plain aluminum version of this exact config. Ironically also the knife that started my Kershaw addiction, so newbies beware you could end up with a drawer full of knives from this one. Great Ken Onion design built in the USA with frame lock can take pretty much anything you throw at it.
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Must resist.......
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Paid $55 back in 2006 and gave these to my groomsmen in my wedding. Still married and lots of the guys still carry them. I bought one for myself and rarely carry it. Great knives. Light weight, strong, sharp, easy open, thin, and cool color. Buy with confidence!
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Waiting for a deal on the Kershaw Dividend (Normal or M390).... if it were to occur of course!
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I have this one love it. Should I buy one more? Decisions, decisions.
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Have a blur and a leek but this wi make a good gift.
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I have a different style Leed somewhere. This is a good price on a USA Kershaw and the steel is also good.

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With sandvik 14c28n, re-edging along with edge retention is maintained with ease. Resistance to micro chipping, rolling or folding of edge is better than decent. A 55-62 HRC hardness recommendation makes this a Knife Steel that is ideal for a number of blade applications, such as Folding Knives or Pocket Knives.

Sandvik 14c28n Steel Review | KnifeUp
http://www.knifeup.com/sandvik-14...el-review/
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Got one. That makes 4 knives I've purchased this month I didn't need.
Knife collecting is addictive.
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Pardon my ignorance but I'm just trying to learn. What's the difference between this kershaw vs the other ones that are going for $10-$15 on sale lately? Stronger steel? Made in the USA? Ken onion design (whatever that means) is it worth more cause the onion guy designed it?

I've just been collecting a bunch of the $10-15 ones to leave in the car or around the house to open packages or what not. I camp in the summer and would carry it then. But normally I'll have one in a computer bag, car or around the house to open amazon packages and mail. Just curios for my use of this is 4 of the sale ones lol. I don't pocket carry. I don't like to have a bunch of stuff in my pockets
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That's why I like this knife so much. You can really get down and dirty with a serrated blade.
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Paid $55 back in 2006 and gave these to my groomsmen in my wedding. Still married and lots of the guys still carry them. I bought one for myself and rarely carry it. Great knives. Light weight, strong, sharp, easy open, thin, and cool color. Buy with confidence!
This knife seems pretty useless since it was unable to stop you from tying the knot. For $35 it should be able to cut a knot.
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