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Kershaw 3" RJ Martin Tactical 3.0 Stainless Steel Blade Pocket Knife EXPIRED

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Amazon has Kershaw 3" RJ Martin Tactical 3.0 Stainless Steel Blade Pocket Knife (1987) on sale for $16.79. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks Brair

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Reviews are pretty good. Price is not bad for a 3 inch pocket knife. It has 8Cr13MoV steel and speedsafe. Looks like it normally runs 20-25.
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Oh nice. My squad was about to deploy on a tactical mission. In for 5.
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You don't need another knife.
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8Cr13MoV is perfectly fine for a budget knife. Not sure where you think you're getting better for $17.
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If this is anything like the other RJ Martins it's going to be a great knife, in for one.
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Oh nice. My squad was about to deploy on a tactical mission. In for 5.
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Cheapest ever, according to CCC...
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Can't ship to MA annoying
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Almost bit until I read the description "Chinese produced steel"
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Almost bit until I read the description "Chinese produced steel"
Yup, I was about to pull the trigger, but that is a deal-breaker for me.

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There is a problem with Chinese Steel, it isn't just me not wanting to support China. Chinese steel is OFTEN of lower quality than American steel. It is honestly a longevity choice, not a political choice.
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In for 1. Looks similar to my kershaw free fall that was one of my favorite edc's.
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Almost bit until I read the description "Chinese produced steel"
8Cr13MoV is perfectly fine for a budget knife. Not sure where you think you're getting better for $17.
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8Cr13MoV is perfectly fine for a budget knife. Not sure where you think you're getting better for $17.
Kershaw leek and others go on sale in the low $20's not $17, but worth the extra cost IMO.
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I have a different model of a folding Kershaw that is the 8Cr13Mov and I have found it to be a great knife. The blade is very easy to sharpen and stays sharp for quite a while. Opens easily and locks open very well.
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How does this compare to the Leek?
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Can't ship to MA annoying
Same as the previous deal. Very annoying!
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Kershaw leek and others go on sale in the low $20's not $17, but worth the extra cost IMO.
The Leek uses 14C28N, which is very similar to the 8Cr13MoV in this knife. The 8Cr will hold an edge slightly better while the 14N will be slightly more corrosion resistant. From a blade material standpoint one is not really better than the other they are both in the same class.
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