The Kershaw Fatback is a knife designed with one thing in mind: being as tough as possible. It’s made with a full-tang of stainless steel and features a hard-shell coating that makes it resistant to corrosion and wear. The blade is also heat-treated for added strength and durability. The Kershaw fatback is a knife built to last and can take on just about anything you throw its way.
Can I Use a Kershaw Knife as a Throwing Knife?
Do not use any Kershaw knife (other than the Ion 1747BW or Aethon 1748 throwing knife) as a throwing knife or stabbing device. Throwing knives and knives developed for stabbing are distinctly different in design and function. Kershaw knives are not designed for throwing or stabbing; they are intended for cutting purposes only. Kershaw’s first balisong knife is meticulously designed with input from experienced balisong users. For his first entry into the world of butterfly knives, Kershaw has created a solid knife. Stay groomed on the go with a manicure set from Kershaw, an excellent value for such a valuable set of tools.
Where are Kershaw Knives Made?
Kershaw Knives began in Portland, Oregon, in 1974 when knife salesman Pete Kershaw left Gerber Legendary Blades to form his own cutlery company based on his designs. Early manufacturing was done primarily in Japan. Limited Lifetime Warranty Kai USA Ltd. Kershaw knives carry a limited lifetime warranty to the original owner, except where otherwise noted. We guarantee our Kershaw chill against manufacturing defects in material and construction and perform as advertised when properly used and maintained. Buy BRN 3220271 BKMK HUNTER FIXED KNIFE online.
How Good is The Kershaw Kuro?
The edge provides a good cutting ability, while the partial serration of the blade offers versatility to cut through fibrous materials with ease. The Kuro has Kershaw’s assisted opening for the quick one-handed opening, accessed with the built-in flipper. Kuro’s blade is somewhat Americanized with partial serration and a drop point for solid piercing. The edge provides a good cutting ability, while the partial serration of the blade offers versatility to cut through fibrous materials with ease. The Kuro has Kershaw’s assisted opening for the quick one-handed opening, accessed with the built-in flipper.