Kershaw 1920 Select Fire Multi-Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Originally started back in 1974 by Pete Kershaw in Portland, Oregon, Kershaw has since gone on to build quite reputation for itself within the world of knives. And while the Kershaw Select Fire Multi-Tool is a knife first and foremost, it’s a nice multi-tool more than anything.

After making the ranks of our best self defense knives, Kershaw is back on our radar. This time though, they’ve got more than just a pretty looking blade up their sleeves. The Select Fire is a one hand opening knife complete with bit driver for performing tasks around the house and on the go. The bit driver easily adjusts for a multitude of angles, and the knife handle securely holds 4 standard bits, meaning you never have to worry about misplacing them. The blade itself measures in at 3 3/8 inches and is crafted from 8CR13MoV stainless steel. It also includes a pocket clip, making it perfect for EDC. Oh yeah, did we mention there’s a built-in bottle opener? [Purchase]

Kershaw 1920 Select Fire Multi-Tool 2

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