Kershaw Volt II Folding Knife Review

When I first viewed the Kershaw Volt II, it struck me as one of Kershaw’s more interesting folding knife designs because, unlike a lot of their knives, it is neither clearly a tactical folder nor an everyday carry knife but it would serve well for either purpose. Designed by custom knife maker R.J. Martin, this knife features an overall length of 7 inches and measures 3 7/8” inches when closed. It features a hollow ground, 3 1/8”, drop point blade made from bead blasted 8Cr13MoV stainless steel (Rockwell … [Read more...]

Kershaw Chill Review

Click Here for Pricing, Ratings, and Reviews of the Kershaw Chill Pocket Knife on Amazon I'm excited to bring to you my Kershaw Chill review, writing this post and reviewing this knife was something I have been looking forward to because it has become a popular knife since its introduction in 2010. I really like Kershaw knives, and as I'm sure you know, they are a big player in the pocket knife industry with many models to choose from. The Kershaw “Chill” is one of my favorite Kershaw folding knife designs. … [Read more...]

Kershaw Ken Onion “Leek” Pocket Knife Review

The Kershaw Leek folding knife features an overall length of 7 inches when open and 4 inches when closed and has a bead blasted, non-serrated, blade that measures 3 inches in length that is made from 14C28M stainless steel. --->>Check the latest prices and discounts for the Kershaw Ken Onion "Leek" Also, please note that although Kershaw refers to this blade shape as a "modified drop point", it would more properly be referred to a Wharncliffe which is a highly specialized blade shape rather than a … [Read more...]