If you haven’t seen the SMKW Exclusive Kershaw Static, go look at it! It’s a wildly popular knife with a quick action and it’s now available with either brass or copper handles. Not only that, they also upgraded the steel from 8Cr13MoV to D2! Overall, we can’t say enough about how much we like these new exclusives.
The real super star of this SFO are the solid brass and copper handles mounted on nested stainless-steel liners. They still have the cool machined grooves that we expect will love even more gorgeous as they patina over time.
But how much do they weigh, you ask? Well, that’s the remarkable part. They don’t weigh that much more than the standard version. The OG Kershaw Static weighed about 4 ounces. The brass and copper versions only weigh about a quarter ounce more. This linerlock also has an ambidextrous, tip-up pocket clip.
The Static has a 2.8” D2 cleaver blade with stonewash finish and a blade thickness of 0.11”. This manual flipper rides on a KVT ball bearing pivot. There’s a smoothly transitioned, elongated finger choil and jimping along the thumb ramp. You can get some sweet chopping action while safely choking up on the blade.
- D2, Stonewash Finish
- 2.8” Cleaver
- 0.11” Blade Thickness
- Manual Flipper with KVT Ball Bearing Pivot
- Brass or Copper Handle Scales
- Stainless-Steel Liners
- Ambidextrous Tip-Up Pocket Clip
- 4.34 Ounces – Copper Handles
- 4.13 Ounces – Brass Handles
- 3.8” Closed
- 6.75” Overall
The SMKW Exclusive Kershaw Static with brass or copper handles look fantastic and will most likely look even better over time. Make sure you get yours before they’re gone. If you’re interested in these knives, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.