Kershaw Inverse Fixed Blade Polymer Knife vs Steel Will Avior Liner Lock Knife Black G10

  • Made for novelty use
  • Tiny, so not very useful for self-defense
  • Last ditch back up item
  • Great for everyday carry
  • Razor sharp right out of the box
  • D2 steel is great for everyday use
  • Sculpted handle material feels fantastic in hand
  • Lightweight and comfortable to hold

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Material

Kershaw Inverse Fixed Blade Polymer Knife
Kershaw 1397 Inverse - Black Polyphenylene
Overview Specifications Write Review As an entry in the experimental Project ATOM series, the Inverse is a Kershaw like no other. This fixed blade has a blunt edge and no blade steel. It is made with a strong polyphenylene sulfide plastic (PPS) and glass fiber combo material
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5 months ago
countryknives.com
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Steel Will Avior Liner Lock Knife Black G10
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Swaggs Review: Steel Will Avior
It features a three and a half inch d2 drop point blade with a black stone, wash finish that i absolutely love it's .14 inches thick and it has the manual front foot flipper for, like i said, a larger opening angle and a perfect flippy action paired with The ceramic ball bearings, which makes this thing amazing: it's a liner, lock and it has the g10 handles and an additional tip up pocket clip for left-handers.
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Sharp and Pointy Swaggs
5 months ago
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Blade

Kershaw Inverse Fixed Blade Polymer Knife
Kershaw 1397 Inverse - Black Polyphenylene
Overview Specifications Write Review As an entry in the experimental Project ATOM series, the Inverse is a Kershaw like no other. This fixed blade has a blunt edge and no blade steel. It is made with a strong polyphenylene sulfide plastic (PPS) and glass fiber combo material
PositivePositive
5 months ago
countryknives.com
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Steel Will Avior Liner Lock Knife Black G10
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Review: Steel Will F62 "AVIOR" - a fine flipper pocket-knife
Well, two bucks is two bucks. You know that's two percent of a dollar yeah, that's not bad! So if you want to buy this at White Mountain knives, they ship to a number of places. Definitely in North America, Canada in Canada and the United States no problem to get these knives from White Mountain knives
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Canadian Cutting Edge
5 months ago
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