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Kershaw SCALLION Drop Point Folding Knife, Olive Green w/ Black Blade - 1620OLBLK
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Kershaw SCALLION Drop Point Folding Knife, Olive Green w/ Black Blade - 1620OLBLK

SKU 5165492987
Brand Kershaw
Model Number 1620OLBLK
UPC 087171162058
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Product Details


  • Make: Kershaw
  • Model: Scallion
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Edge: Plain
  • Opening Action: Assisted SpeedSafe®
  • Opens With: Flipper
  • Lock Type: Liner lock
  • Pocketclip: Single-position (right, tip-down)
  • Handle Color: Green
  • Blade Length: 2.4"
  • Blade Steel: 420HC
  • Blade Finish/Coating: Blackwash finish
  • Blade Thickness: 0.09"
  • Closed Length: 3.5"
  • Handle Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Handle Thickness: 0.41"
  • Overall Length: 5.75"


This Scallion looks great in basic black and a stonewashed blade finish. The handy 2.25-inch blade stays the same, ensuring that this black Scallion is right-sized for lightweight and convenient carry in pocket, purse, or backpack. The Scallion is also equipped with SpeedSafe assisted opening. For safety, it has two locking systems: a liner lock keeps the blade locked open during use and a Tip-Lock slider keeps the blade locked closed when folded.


  • Made in the USA; Blackwashed blade and olive green handles look great together
  • 420HC blade steel has extra carbon and chromium to boost hardenability and corrosion resistance; tough, corrosion resistant, resharpens easily
  • SpeedSafe® assisted opening for easy one-handed opening with flipper


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