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Kershaw Showtime 3" Drop Point Folding Knife, Black Oxide - 1955
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Kershaw Showtime 3" Drop Point Folding Knife, Black Oxide - 1955

Regular Price $49.99 Special Price $40.99
SKU 802130
Model Number 1955
Brand Kershaw
UPC 087171044774
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Product Details


Make: Kershaw
Model: Showtime
Blade Length: 3"
Blade Material/Steel: 8Cr13MoV
Blade Color: Black-Oxide Coating
Blade Thickness: 0.108"
Handle Material:  410 Stainless Steel
Handle Color: Black
Overall Length: 6.75"
Weight: 3.7 oz.


Designed by Todd Rexford, the Showtime is not exactly a traditional “gentleman’s” knife. Which means that it could be exactly what the non-traditional gentleman is looking for. With its 3-inch blade, the Showtime is a convenient size for pocket carry—whether dressed up or down. The blade features a two-toned finish: black-oxide on the grinds and satin-polish on the flats. The handle is steel, black-oxide coated, and features a decorative hex pivot to enhance the Showtime’s showoff good looks.

  • A non-traditional gentleman’s knife
  • 8Cr13MoV blade steel takes and holds an edge; two-tone blade finish
  • Solid steel handle, contoured for comfort and grip
  • Quick one-handed opening with Kershaw's assisted opening


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