The Kuro knife is an assisted opening tactical folder for quick blade deployment when it matters. The word "Kuro" is Japanese for black, an apt name for a stealthy knife. This knife has a titanium carbo-nitride coated 8CrMoV steel tanto blade with a partially serrated edge. The glass-filled nylon handle has steel liners and lock tab. Reversible pocket clip and lanyard hole.
This was the first knife I’ve ever owned and I’d say that it’s a pretty good knife to start with. Since it’s spring assisted, it is easy to use and a bit safer in my opinion. This was a gift from someone else and there wasn’t any bladeplay whatsoever. It also is very pleasing to the eyes.
This is another solid knife from Kershaw.... The ao action pops pretty hard so you will enjoy opening it... I like that it isn't a fine blade either bc this is my go to as a work secondary. The texture on the handle looks great and grabs attention from other clip gazers and knife nuts. The back spacer is so nice too....overall it just fits super well in the hand
Not much to say that hasn't been said, loved mine wish I hadn't lost it.
This is a good knife for the price. The handle fits nicely in your hand and the texture on the scales provides enough traction for cutting without shredding your pockets. The blade is a nice, useful shape and is made of decent steel. The assisted opening is reliable without being overpowered like some models. The only downsides are the blade coating shows wear awfully fast, and the handles have a cheap hollow feel to them. Those definitely aren't deal breakers though, especially at this price point. The build quality is good, with good lock up and no blade play.