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This High Performance Folding Knife Is Designed For Fast Deployment

Mason Thibault Mason is a native of Fall River, Massachusetts, an avid NFL and NCAA fan, and a commerce writer for the Daily Caller
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There is an old saying here at the Daily Caller office: You can never have too many knives. The point is, when you see a crazy deal on a knife you don’t currently own, the only thing to do is to pounce.

Today, I want to highlight the Kershaw Brawler, which happens to be over half off at the moment. This folding pocket knife has a 3-inch tanto style, high performance stainless steel blade with “excellent edge retention and corrosion resistance.” The handle is designed for fast deployment, using Kershaw’s SpeedSafe opening system to enable “smooth, secure, fast one-handed blade deployment.” Just apply pressure to the flipper or thumb stud and your knife is ready for action. It also uses a dual-liner secure lock system that prevents unwanted blade closure.

Normally $40, this folding knife is 28 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $40, this folding knife is 28 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Kershaw Brawler (1990) Folding Pocket Knife with 3” Back-Oxide Finished High-Performance 8Cr13MoV Steel Blade; Black Glass-Filled Nylon Handle Scales with Reversible 4-Position Pocketclip; 3.9 oz. on sale for $28.65

Kershaw has come to dominate the EDC market, and this flipper is no exception. Nearly 1,800 customers have reviewed the Brawler on Amazon, with 72 percent of them giving it perfect marks. Whether you need it for opening packages, piercing holes, cutting cords or wilderness rescue, there is no question this knife will come in handy.

Amazon video screenshot

Amazon video screenshot

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