Kershaw Barge Prybar Knife

Aug 22, 2016

Category: Gear

The final moments of too many knife blades have been preceded with the phrase, “Don’t worry, I can use my knife to pry it open.” For those who have learned the hard way and are in need of a new knife, or for those who want to head off the problem before it happens, there is the Kershaw Barge Prybar Knife.

What makes this knife stand out from others like it is a simple but useful internal prybar that spans the length of the knife’s handle. With that simple addition, you can now pry stuff open to your heart’s content without worrying about having to replace blades. The other end of the knife isn’t too bad, either. Made from 8Cr13MoV steel given a stonewashed finish, this 2.6 inch blade can do what it was made to – cut – better than most in the field. In addition to these features, this frame locking manual knife comes equipped with a glass-filled nylon handle for a solid grip and a left/right clip. Prices start at $35. [Purchase]

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