The Kershaw Lucha is an easy-to-hold and easy-to-fight-with-knife. The blade is an impressive piece of steel. Losing your grip isn’t going to happen, and the mighty big blade will slice and dice through whatever stands in your way, be it a Russian from Red Dawn or some steak and chicken that needs to be turned into fajitas.
Olive Drab, much like woodland camo, has that old-school cool feeling with it. However, some olive drab things differ from the Woodland camo in that they don’t draw a ton of attention and have become a bit more mainstream. Here are some not-so-drab EDC items that won’t break the bank.
The Kershaw Launch 10 is the smallest of the Kershaw Launch series (at least of the ones we’ve put hands on), and maybe the most EDC-useful.
The Kershaw Launch 1 was the first of the Kershaw Launch series and as such was welcomed by many automatic knife fans. It isn’t new, but take a look anyway.
In this video, Dave “Norseman” Williams talks about the Kershaw Camp 10 from a hard use perspective. He gives it a beatin’.
Monday Night Knife Fights: Kershaw Leek 1660 Dave Merrill Most of the swag at SHOT Show consists of stickers, t-shirts, patches, and hats. Sooo many hats. There are exceptions, of course; one standout for the 2017 SHOT was a customized Kershaw Leek 1660 from Q LLC....
Review: Kershaw Siege Tomahawk Fifty Shades of FDE I've always wanted a Tomahawk, so it seemed meant to be when I got the Kershaw Siege to review. Why do I need one? Well that's probably why I never got around to buying one. I don't go out into the woods much and am...