Kershaw Airlock Assisted Opening EDC Knife – Review
By Tom Claycomb
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The last few weeks I have been carrying a larger or at least wider folder that I’d been testing. While I’ve always classified myself as a large folder type, I have to admit, after carrying the Kershaw Airlock, which is a mid-sized folder I might reconsider. It is not as bulky, it doesn’t block access to my front pocket and is just overall more comfortable to carry.
On top of being comfortable to carry, it is also slick looking. It locks open with a liner lock and due to the flipper that duel acts as a finger guard along with the thumb grooves on the top of the spine, I feel like I have a firm grip while using it. The thumb grooves allow me to slightly move my hand forward which otherwise would leave my little finger hanging off the back of the hilt of the handle.
The blade is a slight drop point design but the last inch or so of the spine is ground down so it has a definite point for all of your …Read the Rest