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Kershaw #2410 I have had this knife for over 15 years . Always with me




Sadly once my clip had it some Concrete - and the clip broke , attempted to contact Kershaw for replacement clip .


they told me i could send MINE in and get a replacement ... uh NO * discontinued



had to search for the equivalent and replace the clip ..
other than that been good to me
 

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my CRKT Hissatsu folder, I love this knife I got it of the snap-on truck a while back once of the best tools in my roll-back




 

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Tinman, that is a different serration than I'm used to, it's almost like I've seen on two man crosscut saws! could we get a better shot of that with a good contrast for the gap pattern to show?
 

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ahh found this one in my tool bag !! on the hunt for a solid tool case ...
I have the Springfield M6 Scout rifle 22/410 that this knife goes with.

 

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Tinman, that is a different serration than I'm used to, it's almost like I've seen on two man crosscut saws! could we get a better shot of that with a good contrast for the gap pattern to show?

I copy , stand by ill get more lighting 4 ya
 

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Tinman, that's a great shot of those serrations. How well do they work on various objects, ie fabric, line, rope, etc.? My son and I were commenting that it resembles a metal working blade.
Threetango, that's a good idea for the paracord!
 

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Tinman, that's a great shot of those serrations. How well do they work on various objects, ie fabric, line, etc.? My son and I were commenting that it resembles a metal working blade.
Threetango, that's a good idea for the paracord!
It does make a difference as far as grip goes.
Wife did the application of the paracord.
 

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Tinman, that's a great shot of those serrations. How well do they work on various objects, ie fabric, line, rope, etc.? My son and I were commenting that it resembles a metal working blade.
Threetango, that's a good idea for the paracord!

i have only used it on fiber , and cabling and such - cardboard boxes -

* i wonder how the blacksmith could sharpen this ?
 
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