Over at Knives Ship Free, they have the new Kershaw Bareknuckle 7777 folding pocket knife in stock. (I ordered one yesterday.)
Its design is inspired by the Zero Tolerance 0777, which was pricey and rare when it came out 5 years ago.
The Kershaw Bareknuckle is a USA-made flipper, with 3.5″ blade length and anodized aluminum handles. It’s a manual folder with ball bearing pivot, which should allow for quick opening. The blade steel is Sandvik 14C28N.
It features a reversible deep-carry pocket clip.
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This seems like it could be a decent holiday gift. I’m a fan of Kershaw knives, especially their USA-made offerings. This one stands out, not only for its ZT 777-like styling, but because it’s a manual folder. This will be the second-ever manual Kershaw knife I’ve handled (I have a manual Natrix in for review). All of my other Kershaw knives have assisted-opening mechanisms.