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Kershaw Hotwire, Speedsafe Opening Pocket Knife, 1310WM $11.74

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Cut easily through rope, tape and other materials using the Kershaw 1310WM Hotwire Pocket Knife. It opens smoothly and rapidly with Kershaw's SpeedSafe assisted opening and the handy flipper. Just pull back on the flipper and the Hotwire is ready to go to work. The glass-filled nylon handle is contoured and textured for a secure grip. Lightweight and compact, this camping and hunting knife is easy to carry while also being sturdy and reliable. A secure locking liner holds the blade safely open during use and releases easily when you're ready to stow your blade. There is also a convenient clip to attach the knife to your pocket.


Kershaw 1310WM Hotwire Knife:

3" blade
Steel: 3Cr13MoV
Deep carry pocket clip
Stainless steel knife opens quickly and easily
Contoured and textured glass-filled nylon handle for a firm grip
Lightweight and compact yet sturdy
Secure locking liner holds the blade safely open during use

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Kershaw...M/54997842
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Created 06-28-2020 at 07:56 AM by rmelo
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3Cr13MoV
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cheap but a softer steel
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3Cr13MoV
Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
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Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Not good. Here's a good opinion of this knife. https://gearjunkie.com/kershaw-ho...ife-review
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Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
It is only 11 bux but that is fairly soft steel... takes an edge easy but loses it easy too....
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Go for a sanrenmu or better yet a ganzo or another Kershaw (any Kershaw) over this all day....likely twice the price though....
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8Cr13MoV is probably the best bang for the buck budget Chinese stainless steel around. It's the softest steel you want to bother messing with for a pocket knife, IMHO. It holds an edge significantly better than 3Cr13MoV, is easy to sharpen and offers reasonable corrosion resistance. Several Kershaws with that steel are available for $20 or less. The Cryo and Cryo II are on clearance at Wally right now and would be far better choices. Or grab an Ontario Rat I for $23.99 or the smaller Rat II for $24.99 in AUS-8 stainless also at Wally for a very nice budget work knife. Ganzo makes some really nice budget knives in the $15-$25 range as someone else recommended. Check out Power Cutlery for some great deals and fast, cheap shipping.

If you are literally scraping loose change together to get yourself a knife, grab one of the $4 Walmart Ozark Trails knives. They are likely made from soft 3Cr as well, but they are built well enough to be sturdy and safe to use. They'll take a nice edge, you just need to sharpen it more often, which is a skill every knife fan should have. For the money they are my favorite dirt cheap knife and they are making them in a ton of styles now.
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