This 3890BW Scrambler features Kershaw's BlackWash finish on the blade and bolsters. The Scrambler is a RJ Martin design that features a hollow-ground drop point blade, so it breezes through slicing tasks, with a flat-ground top swedge that looks cool. The handle is textured G-10 with a steel bolster on one side; on the other, an all steel frame lock. SpeedSafe assisted opening with a flipper, the knife opens quickly and easily and includes a reversible pocket clip.
I ended up getting it for like 3 bucks cause I had a giftcard code and man it costs 22.99 here and I think that's a steal for the price. It's a great blade, I personally think it looks sleek and clean, and it serves it's purpose without costing too much. It's a great knife.
Nice, cheap, heavy duty folder. A bit weighted, (steel nof Ti), but for the price you'd be hard pressed to find better. Kershaw's assisted action is smooth, and the machined "filework" on the spine is a nice added touch.
Another heavy duty knife from kershaw,fills my hand well. Very nice look from the blackwash process. if you like a weighty knife, this is a superb call!
Kind of heavy, but it came out of the box very sharp and even sharper after a quick honing. Definitely not the best Kershaw, but I'm glad I picked it up at the Blade HQ price
Good weight. Comes sharp. Great deal for the price.
First things first. Not the best looking. Would probably not call it sleek or comfortable to carry in a pocket. The butt end resembles a bird's head revolver handle. However, this knife did grow on me. It does have the Kershaw Speedsafe working for it, the blackwash is good at protecting the blade, and it is very ergonomic in your hands. Not crazy about the knife/blade shape and could probably benefit from some gimping. But most of my gripes are aesthetic in nature, at the end of the day it is a good, larger knife. It is just not the best Kershaw assisted out there. 68/100