Kershaw Clash Assisted Opening Serrated Blade Lockback Folding Knife
i had gotten this knife free b/c i took my gerber gator to get sharpened at my local bass pro and the guy put the serrated edge on the grinder and grinded the serrated edge down. i absolutely love this knife. it is so sharp and the spring is very strong and well quality. the grip is pretty good as well. i highly reccomend u buy this knife. if ur wandering really how sharp this knife is well; 2 weeks ago i tested the sharpness on my leg hair and within no more than 2 strokes i had a giant bald patch on my leg. as of right now there is still a bald patch!!
December 20, 2010
very solid knife
it's a very solid knife I was very impressed with it especially for the price
December 13, 2014
Rusts esialy, but good knife
This review is going to be more for those knife guys out there...with the bead blast finish this thing get rust very often. I recommend you scrub it down with WD-40 with a rag at least once a week. I have had this knife for six months now and only had a small bit of blade play and i fixed it by tightening the pivot screw. This is a bulky sturdy knife and with 8cr13mov steel it holds an edge decent....i dont know why this says lock back knife but its a liner lock......good kershaw quality like allways
November 29, 2012
I've carried this knife daily for the better part of a year now, and I have nothing but good things to say about it. I use my knife multiple times a day, and I've put this one through the ringer before. It's held up well. The serration design on this knife is excellent; it cuts through anything without getting caught up. I previously owned a Leek by Kershaw and I'm much happier with the Clash. The assisted opening mechanism has never needed to be lubricated, even after getting drenched while out kayaking. This knife is tough to beat for the price - I don't have to worry about it too much should I lose or break it, though I don't plan on doing either. I'm planning on picking up another one soon so I can send my original back to Kershaw for sharpening. Definitely a "must buy" knife for anyone that's looking for a great EDC knife on a budget.
June 11, 2011