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Kershaw Kurai Black Plain Edge Folding Knife - 3700

Kershaw Kurai Black Plain Edge Folding Knife - 3700

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Kershaw 3700 Kurai Black Plain Edge Folding Knife

This item is discontinued.

The Kershaw Kurai Black Plain Edge Folding Knife is proof that big things come in small packages. Built tough enough for any challenge, this Kershaw Knife is perfect for everyday carry.

A truly awesome little pocket knife, the Kershaw 3700 Kurai has a 2 1/2-inch drop-point blade made of strong 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and is coated with titanium carbon-nitride for a slick look and added corrosion resistance. The blade shape makes it ideal for a wide range of every day tasks. The handle on this folder is lightweight and sturdy thanks to the aluminum construction with a carbon-fiber pattern on the front half and 3D sculpting on the other. The sculpting enhances grip, too. For easy carry in any situation, the Kurai has a lanyard hole and single position deep carry pocket clip.

Compact, lightweight, and durable the Kershaw 3700 Kurai Plain Edge Folding knife is perfect for you. Order this Kershaw knife online today!

Kurai Black Blade Pocket Knife Features:

  • Liner lock
  • Thumbstud
  • Single-position pocket clip; deep-carry
  • Steel: 8Cr13MoV, titanium carbon-nitride coating
  • Handle: 3-D sculpted aluminum
  • Blade length: 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm)
  • Closed length: 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm)
  • Overall length: 6 in. (15.2 cm)
  • Weight: 2.3 oz.

Harry's Army Surplus: Serving Dearborn and Metropolitan Detroit with army navy surplus, uniform gear, boots, army surplus and work clothing since 1950.