Kershaw Method 1170. This is a small yet stylish pocket knife designed by Danish knife and toolmaker, Jens Anso. It utilizes a slim, 3-inch blade of 8Cr13MoV in a BlackWash™ finish and a black G10 handle. It features a custom backspacer for lanyard attachment and a single-position pocketclip (right, tip-up). The Method opens quickly, easily, and manually with the KVT ball-bearing system and a built-in flipper. This knife has too much appeal to pass up. Although the Kershaw Method is not an assisted opening knife, its action is so smooth and responsive that it may fool ya.Quantity Available: 10
This is the Kershaw Method model 1170. Now the method is just great, going to be great everyday carry. It has been made just have nice sexy look to it, nice contours here in the handle, nice black oxide black wash finish on the blade. In the handle they have made this really nice and lightweight. So it is 3D machined G10 scales here and then on the inside here what they want you to note, see if we can get a a little bit better close-up of it for you. There is a strip of stainless steel riveted inside the knife handle so if you can see that. This is used to help make it lightweight so it creates a slimmer, lighter knife but still providing the strength and security of a locking liner so that is one neat thing here about the (Kershaw) Method. And if you feel this in your hands you will see what they are talking about. You have got the nice flipper there to help open this up manually, got the nice lanyard hole. Oh yeah that pocket clip on the back is black, and you can use that in the tip up position so that blade is three inches, the handle is 4.25 inches. So overall we are at 7.25 inches, weighing only 2.1 ounces so that is an in set liner lock. Okay (I) think you will like the Method model 1170.