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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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Built with extremely sharp 420HC stainless steel with black matte finished glass filled nylon handle. For adjustable convenience, the reversible pocket-clip enables left or right handed tip or tip down carry - Discombobulated

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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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rope, and heavy cardboard, seems like serrations make quicker work (for me).

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If this was a straight edge, I would bite. Serrated blades are just a pain to sharpen properly.
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If this was a straight edge, I would bite. Serrated blades are just a pain to sharpen properly.
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.
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I can buy a Link from Amazon and at Bass Pro, but Walmart won't deliver this to me in Missouri.
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If this was a straight edge, I would bite. Serrated blades are just a pain to sharpen properly.
There's a few on this site that are on sale at Amazon that are straight edge
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I've had this knife For over 2 years and use it almost everyday it's held up well. I use a Smiths pocket Sharpener i got at Cabela's
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I can buy a Link from Amazon and at Bass Pro, but Walmart won't deliver this to me in Missouri.
Same thing happened to me. I was looking to buy a kershaw dividend from Walmart and they won't ship to Ohio.
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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
rope, and heavy cardboard, seems like serrations make quicker work (for me).
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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
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Can anyone explain an everyday use for a serrated knife?
I find the serrations handy when I need to cut a loose thread from clothing. They just seem to work better with finer work. I've never had an issue with keeping them sharp, as they start out much sharper than the straight blade. I'm gentle on my knives though.
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Can't deliver to Texas apparently? That's new
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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

for some reason it says it can't be delivered to my zip code ConfusedConfused
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Can't deliver to Texas apparently? That's new
got the same thing in IL.
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