Kershaw Ken Onion Tactical Blur Folding Knife with Speed Safe

Choose from a 3 3/8″ 440A Stainless Steel partially serrated or straight blade with Tungsten DLC black coating (Black version). Anodized aluminum handle with Trac-Tec inserts. Equipped with Speed Safe assisted opening design and a removeable/reversible pocket clip.Constructed of 13C26 stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance, Kershaw’s Ken Onion Tactical Blur folding knife features a 3-3/8-inch partially serrated Tanto blade. Ideal for extreme or everyday situations, the Blur series offers power and performance. A lightweight anodized aluminum handle offers Trac-Tec inserts which provide a non-slip grip even in wet and slippery conditions.

Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening system helps you to smoothly open the knife with a manual push on the blade’s thumb stud or Index-Open system. SpeedSafe’s torsion bar helps keep the knife closed, preventing it from being opened by accident. In order to open the knife, apply manual pressure to the thumb stud to overcome the resistance of the torsion bar. After the blade is out of the handle, the torsion bar moves along its track and takes over. The blade opens smoothly and locks into position, ready for use.

About Kershaw Knives
Since the company’s founding in 1974, Kershaw Knives has been dedicated to quality that has led to a worldwide reputation for performance and innovation in tools and knives. From state-of-the-art manufacturing to advanced materials, customers rely on Kershaw for products that provide “technology with an edge.” Today, Kershaw is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kai Corporation–for over 90 years. Japan’s premier blade producer. Kai’s innovative approach to product development has resulted in over 10,000 superior products.

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2 Replies to “Kershaw Ken Onion Tactical Blur Folding Knife with Speed Safe”

  1. Fast steel at an incredible price I have hundreds of tactical folders to compare this knife to and it stands up superbly. It’s build quality is outstanding, opens quickly and easily, quality of the steel is adequate, the blade shape is attractive and useful, the grip is comfortable and much improved over earlier version (they had sand paper, current version has thin rubber inserts), and Kershaw’s service and support is perfect.In my duty use in the military, I have used Blurs for several years and they always impress…

  2. Blur might be the last thing they see I hate to feed into the mentality that causes knifemakers to hype their blades as “tactical,” because the last thing we need to give lawmakers is another excuse to heroically protect us by banning the tools we carry. But the first and last thing I have to say about the Ken Onion Tactical Blur is that it is one fearsome knife.A curved blade would be suited to your usual cutting and slicing applications, such as skinning mastodons and so on. This knife, on the other hand, has a…

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