It’s a Knockout in more ways than one. The Kershaw Knockout looks great, but the reason it bears this name is that Kershaw “knocked out” a piece of the G-10 handle and inset a stainless-steel plate to create a frame lock that Kershaw is calling a Sub-Frame Lock. In this Kershaw folding knife you get the lightweight benefits of anodized aluminum handles and the strength of a steel frame lock with integral lockbar stabilization. The Knockout also features SpeedSafe assisted opening. The Kershaw 1870 is equipped with a new deep-carry clip and is drilled for quad-carry: tip-up, tip-down, left- or right-handed. This Kershaw pocket knife is also made in the USA.
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