@Review Kershaw Launch 4 Black Folding Knife Rating Review

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The Kershaw Launch 4 Black Folding Knife was crafted with Californians in mind but is also a perfect option for anyone seeking a shorter blade. Kershaw Knives designed these Automatic Folding Knives with a CPM154 steel blade that is remarkably tough and resists corrosion and wear over time to bring countless years of service. DLC coatings on the blade further enhance its ruggedness, and the anodized aluminum handle provides lightweight durability that also resists the elements. This Kershaw Launch 4 Single-Position Folding Knife has a low profile push-button lock that keeps the blade stiff and locked during use and prevents accidental deployment. Left handed folks can easily activate the lock button with their index finger instead of their thumb, making this perfect for operation with either hand. Protect yourself by keeping this Kershaw Launch 4 Ambidextrous Folding Knife on hand.

93.75 /100
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Specifications for Kershaw Launch 4 Black Folding Knife:

Blade Length: 1.9 in
Overall Length: 5.1 in
Blade Material: CPM154
Handle Color: Black
Handle Material: Anodized Aluminum
Closed Length: 3.2 in

Features of Kershaw Launch 4 Black Folding Knife

  • made in specialized factories; Integrated backspacer; Push-button open; Push-button lock release; Single-position pocketclip (right tip-up); Steel: CPM 154, DLC coating; Handle: Machined 6061-T6 anodized aluminum; Blade Length: 1.9 in. (4.8 cm); Closed Length: 3.2 in. (8.1 cm); Overall Length: 5.1 in. (13 cm); Weight: 1.8 oz. (51 g)

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Maverick - Add Reply

Bought one for my Dad and I liked it. So I bought one for myself. It's is small but the action is fast.This knife is probably best for casual care or a date night. For the price at Optics Planet I couldn't go wrong.

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