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    IN depth Knockout review


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    JDavis reviews the Kershaw Knockout
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    Sweet!!

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    That knife has caught my eye again,,from the deep carry clip to the swedge to the belly of the blade

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    blade shape reminds me of the Rake
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    This is a great review. All knifenuts need to remember just how important blade shape and thickness is to the effectiveness of a knife. I sold my Knockout and Piston to pay for a ZT550, and frankly, both of them are better knives as EDC or utility tools. The two Kershaws have much more useful blade grinds and are better slicers and cutters than the 550 despite being made from much less expensive steel.
    Anthony Q. Cheeseboro

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