• Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel
  • Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel

Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel

Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel
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$24.97 Reg. Price $45.00  
Kershaw AM-3 Knife, 3" satin 8Cr13MoV stainless steel drop point with dual thumb studs, flipper and SpeedSafe Assist, black G10 and stainless steel handle with frame lock and pocket clip, 3.75" closed.
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Kershaw Knives: Kershaw AM-3 Knife, KE-2335


The Kershaw AM-3 Knife, designed by Al Mar Knives, features a 3" drop point blade made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with a satin finish, a weight reducing top swedge, a notched thumb rest for secure grip, dual thumb studs, flipper and SpeedSafe Assist for fast ambidextrous one hand opening. The handle, 3.75" closed, has a polished black G10 front scale, a black oxide finished steel back with sturdy frame lock and a removable pocket clip mounted at the butt end. The Kershaw AM-3 Knife has an overall open length of 6.88", and it weighs 2.3 ounces.

Kershaw Knives: Kershaw AM-3 Knife, KE-2335

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BRANDKershaw Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding, Assisted
Product Field 384083
AVERAGE RATING60
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel
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Kershaw AM-3 2335 Knife Al Mar EDC Assisted Flipper Folder Black G10 and Stainless Steel
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I like the knife but it is stiff to open. Flipper is the only way; thumb stud just won't work for me. I tried to loosen the pivot pin but it didn't help and just made the blade wobble. I think I'd prefer the larger model now. I have a Kershaw Skyline 1760 and it is much preferred.
 

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