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Trending: Kershaw Induction

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Trending: Kershaw Induction

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Quick deployment and an innovative lock make the Kershaw Induction an interesting feature for today’s Flipper Friday. A flipper tab placed well forward of the pivot makes the combination black oxide-coated and satin-finished blade fly out for easy and rapid deployment. A finger choil cut into the 8Cr13MoV drop point blade and the contours built into the aluminum handle make make the knife comfortable to use. Textured glass-filled nylon (GFN) inlays in the handle help to improve grip for more vigorous cutting tasks. When you’re done working with the knife, you simply slide back the tabs of the Hawk Lock to release the blade. Unlike similar looking slide-actuated locks, this lock does not let the blade hang loose, thus preventing accidental closure and possible injury. It’s designed by the innovative team of father and son knifemakers Grant and Gavin Hawk, and the Kershaw Induction is a great and affordable way to experience and own a knife with their design. Finally, a stainless steel clip let’s it ride in your pocket in a left or right hand tip-up carry configuration. Great lines, fast flipping and an ingenious locking mechanism make the Induction a great candidate for your next EDC knife. Check it out at the link below.

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I own this knife and just realized i need to carry it more.