Kershaw LoneRock Small Fixed Blade (1895), Full-Tang Hunting Knife with 3.2-Inch High-Performance 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel Fixed Blade and K-Texture Grip Handle, Nylon Sheath Included, 3.5 oz.

March 7, 2019 - Comment

Kershaw’s LoneRock (1895) is featured in the Kershaw state-of-the-art Hunting Series for hardness, durability and toughness. With a thumb rest and heavy mid-spine jimping, the LoneRock (1895) was designed to provide multiple grip options and fine control. The 3.2” fixed blade is made of high-performance 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, known for its strength, edge retention and

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Kershaw’s LoneRock (1895) is featured in the Kershaw state-of-the-art Hunting Series for hardness, durability and toughness. With a thumb rest and heavy mid-spine jimping, the LoneRock (1895) was designed to provide multiple grip options and fine control. The 3.2” fixed blade is made of high-performance 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, known for its strength, edge retention and resistance to wear and corrosion. The LoneRock’s carbo-nitride blade coat increases the blade’s hardness, helps maintain the edge, increases the overall lifetime of the blade and looks great in a sleek grey. Full-tang construction provides strength and Kershaw’s K-Texture on the handle gives the LoneRock a secure grip, even in slippery conditions. The K-Texture material is both textured and rubberized, providing a non-slip grip, even in extreme conditions, making all the difference in getting a secure hold on the LoneRock and being able to use it comfortably. A nylon sheath is included with the LoneRock.

Product Features

  • 3.2-inch fixed blade full tang construction, made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel featuring excellent strength, edge retention and wear resistance
  • Secure grip with Kershaw’s K-Texture handle, providing a non-slip rubberized grip, even in slippery conditions
  • A reliable tool for any hunter, trapper, wilderness guide, survivalist, angler, backpacker or anyone in need of a strong fixed blade knife
  • The LoneRock 1895 is an excellent gift idea for any special occasion such as graduation, birthdays, holidays, first time hunting trips, anniversaries, retirements, weddings and more
  • Handsome carbo-nitride blade coat increases the blade’s hardness, helps maintain the edge and increases the overall lifetime of the blade

Comments

Anonymous says:

I ended up going out that same day I got this and getting a CRKT Minimalist Bowie and it is much better for EDC I got this not realizing how large it is. I went from a CRKT Achi, to this and couldn’t justify it. I need a small sharp tool for my job in a kitchen, not an outdoors knife. I ended up going out that same day I got this and getting a CRKT Minimalist Bowie and it is much better for EDC. However, I cannot justify not giving this knife its props. As far as outdoors knifes go, this is a fantastic trail blade. Its sharp, sturdy and has a good grip. The sheath however, I am not a fan of. I dislike…

Anonymous says:

It’s the perfect size for whitetail and holds its edge really well I use this knife to field dress deer. It’s the perfect size for whitetail and holds its edge really well. The size and shape makes it very easy to maneuver and cut where I need too.Edit: I’ve now processed 5 deer since last sharpening and it’s still razor sharp. This is by far the best hunting knife in this price range.

Anonymous says:

Not a bad little. Not a bad little…repeat little knife. But, nothing to get nuts about. This would be a great starter knife for your youngster, but there are many knives out there that are better suited for a bushcraft/camp knife. It’s very light, and just doesn’t “feel” very solid. For $20 I really shouldn’t be knocking the knife, but for the same price, the Gerber Big Rock is a much better knife. The handle is very grippy, and it came shaving sharp. The biggest gripe I have about this knife is that…

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