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Columbia River Shenanigan 3.35" Drop Point Assisted Folding Knife, Black - K800RKP
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Columbia River Shenanigan 3.35" Drop Point Assisted Folding Knife, Black - K800RKP

SKU 516551633576
Model Number K800RKP
Brand CRKT
UPC 794023980035
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Product Details


The smooth opening is facilitated by the IKBS ball bearing pivot, which deploys the blade smoothly

The black stonewash finish is durable and ages well, offering enhanced protection

The injection molded handle with texture provides a secure and comfortable grip

The liner lock can be easily closed with one hand for easy closing

The pocket clip provides secure carry and has a low profile


Prepare to rediscover the timeless Shenanigan Series from CRKT - a collection of everyday workhorse folding knives skillfully crafted by the renowned knife designer, Ken Onion. Embodying Ken's acclaimed Assisted Opening innovation and the seamless IKBS ball bearing pivot system, these knives boast a 3.35 inches drop point blade elegantly deployed by a prominent flipper, all enclosed within maroon, glass-reinforced nylon handles. Don't be fooled by the name, this classic line is purpose-built to tackle any task with ease, making it your trusted companion for all endeavors.


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