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Kershaw 3.25" Link Serrated Folding Pocket Knife EXPIRED

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Walmart has Kershaw 3.25" Link Serrated Folding Pocket Knife (1776ST) on clearance for $21.94. Shipping is free with orders $35+. Thanks C130

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has Kershaw Link, Serrated Pocket Knife on sale for $21.94 plus shipping.

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Where is it made?
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Kershaw Volt is only $17.36, beats 3camels low @ amzn.

https://www.amazon.com/Kershaw-St...752&sr=8-1

Kershaw Dividend is also only $19.77, also beats 3camels low

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kersha.../792968427

Kershaw Filter is only $12, beats 3camels low

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kersha...W/46597927
The Dividend is a great knife at that price. The price on the Volt is higher now. The Filter is a piece of garbage.
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I carry a box cutter, sharpening blades? pfft or LMFAO. Stanley 50 pack on sale. Thanks slick deals.
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If this was a straight edge, I would bite. Serrated blades are just a pain to sharpen properly.
Get one of each... https://www.walmart.com/ip/Kersha...9/54997848 that way you get free shipping too
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Great price for a good knife that's Made in the USA!


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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
For my everyday - absolutely not. But for people that cut rope, packing straps and things like that it can come in handy. Personally, I hate serrated edges.
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I picked up this knife for $38 last year and it's been great! Definitely a great buy at this price. A little big for an EDC in my opinion (check out the Dividend if you want something a little smaller) but not super bulky and holds an edge well. The nylon handle is the best variant as well since it's grippier and lighter than the aluminum version.
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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
I keep a serrated edge knife by my recycle bin, it just seems to go through cardboard a lot faster; more of a saw action, to breakdown boxes to fit in the bin.
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Walmart won't ship knives to Virginia now?! I hate them so much
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thank you for the deal
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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
Anytime you are trying to cut through something, and not worried about how clean the cuts look, a serrated edge is a good idea. Also, a serrated edge maintains useful sharpness vastly longer than a plain edge. if you are cutting something tough, let's say a rope, and your plain edge isn't super sharp, it will tend to slide off, not cutting very deeply. but the teeth of a serrated edge hold and tear into the material you're cutting.

I often recommend serrated edges for people who are just starting to carry knives, as most of them are not looking for a knife for food prep or similar, and the serrated edges require sharpening less often.
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I also like plain edge better for that reason but some sharpening kits make it not so bad. For my serrated blades I like to use the Spyderco sharpening kit.
Definitely. The Spyderco Sharpmaker works extremely well on serrated edges and doesn't tend to round them as many sharpeners do. I probably have 10 different sharpeners but the Sharpmaker is the only one I trust for deep serrations like these.

It can sharpen other things rather effectively as well. The only thing I have mixed feelings about is reprofiling or heavy sharpening to take nicks out of an edge. There are 5 different options for sharpening stones, I believe the CBN stones are better for heavier sharpening needs. (you could reprofile or sharpen nicks out with the default brown medium stones but it would take quite a while).
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Hopefully Amazon will price match this.
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Definitely. The Spyderco Sharpmaker works extremely well on serrated edges and doesn't tend to round them as many sharpeners do. I probably have 10 different sharpeners but the Sharpmaker is the only one I trust for deep serrations like these.

It can sharpen other things rather effectively as well. The only thing I have mixed feelings about is reprofiling or heavy sharpening to take nicks out of an edge. There are 5 different options for sharpening stones, I believe the CBN stones are better for heavier sharpening needs. (you could reprofile or sharpen nicks out with the default brown medium stones but it would take quite a while).
This one is good for knives that are not collector items which get heavy use like you described.
https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/572717

Takes a bit of practice to not round off your tip but when you get good at it, it can get a razor sharp edge very quickly. I use it on my cheaper knives and all my garage tools and mower blades.
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Shows OOS
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