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Kershaw Skyline - Exceptional EDC - Knife Review

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Uploaded on May 18, 2010

A popular knife among enthusiasts who happen to value...well, value.

The Kershaw Skyline is a drop-point blade that employs Sandvik 14C28N steel. The blade has a hollow grind which ultimately terminates with a typical v-edge. Other specs:

-- Blade Length: 3-1/8"
-- Overall Length: 7-3/8"
-- Weight: 2.495oz. (what mine weighed... Kershaw claim is 2.3oz.)
-- Stone-washed finish
-- G-10 scales
-- liner lock
-- tip-up & tip-down carry options (right hand only)

Overall impression: Excellent, lightweight, light-duty EDC option. Ranks as one of my favorite folders to date.

Music by James Dooley
"Arising" (with choir)
"Arising" (instrumental)

from Orchestral Series Vol. II

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