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From KershawGuy.com. Very fast shipping.
They are factory seconds but I cant tell it.




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I like those, especially that orange handled one.


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I bought a red handled leek blem from kershawguy years ago. Excellent knife for the price. I carry it every day.

From experience I can tell you that you do not want to expose the leek to saltwater spray. It will corrode the little nub protruding from the base of the blade or the lock (can’t recall where it’s located), and will significantly hinder the assisted openening action.


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Originally posted by clubleaf206:
I like those, especially that orange handled one.


The orange is my favorite too. Ive since bought an olive, and a black with black blade.


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