Kershaw NRG ?

Kershaw NRG ?

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    Kershaw NRG ?

    I did not find anything with a search so I thought I would ask. Anyone tried this knife? Kershaw NRG (pronounced Energy) in the 3.5" blade.

    http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/st....html?s=KS1745

    I am looking for a new EDC knife and this one caught my eye. The changable clip (either side or either end) really looks good to a lefty. I have never handled one and hate to buy sight un seen but I might have to. Just looking for some input.
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    Kershaw makes great EDC knives, very sharp! I love my Kershaw Leek.

    I'm sure thats a nice knife if it fits your bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamisou View Post
    Kershaw makes great EDC knives, very sharp! I love my Kershaw Leek.

    I'm sure thats a nice knife if it fits your bill.
    Another vote for the Kershaw Leek (Ken Onion assisted opener)...
    not sure what the...NRG's...patented "pseunetic®" opening feature is, but the Leek can easily be opened or closed with one hand!

    Stay armed...stay sharp...stay safe!
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    The flexability of the clip is a magor plus for me but I would sure like to handle one first.

    Here is a video of the way it opens up.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCAp6FGAWWo
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    Quote Originally Posted by freetrapper View Post
    The flexability of the clip is a magor plus for me but I would sure like to handle one first.

    Here is a video of the way it opens up.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCAp6FGAWWo
    That's exactly like the Leek...and it works very well. After a little practice, it's open 3" from the pocket, and it's as easy to close with one hand.
    Note: When practicing the one handed closing, you may need a box of Band-Aids available before becoming proficient...those Kershaws are definitely sharp!

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    Looks like a good price on the NRG here http://www.shootersmart.com/site/ind...ay&pid=KER1740
    Don't know anything about them though. $47.80
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    Just wanted to add, I had a Myerco years ago with the flipper and I think I prefer that to my "assisted" Kershaws and thumbstud Benchmades.
    I think I need to get one of these "NRGs"
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    KERSHAW= Good DARN knives
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