Kershaw Sea Hunter

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Stainless steel, drop-point river/dive knife. Partially serrated blade with cord-cutting hook.Includes a diver's sheath w/adjustable straps and quick-release latch.Bladelength: 3.75". Overall Length: 7.75". Weight: 3 oz.

- Mountains Plus

A must-have tool for your next dive, the slim Kershaw Blunt-Tip Sea Hunter Knife boasts a corrosion-resistant 420J2 stainless steel blade with a blunt tip that adds no-nick safety. Partial serration on top of the blade and a built-in cord-cutter notch make short work of net and line. Injection-molded handle sports neon accents for quick ID in a marine environment. Included divers sheath has a press-and-pull mechanism that locks the blade in the sheath regardless of your position in the water. Included depth-compensating leg straps have adjustable quick-release buckles. Blade length: 3.5. OAL: 7.6. Wt: 3 oz. Color: Stainless Steel. Type: Knives.

- Cabela's

KERSHAW SEA HUNTER BLUNT TIP: Satin stainless steel blade features a full-length shaving sharp edge, one Saber-toothed serrated section for ripping, and a sharpened line cutter and blunt tip. Includes polycarbonate sheath. Blade Length: 3 1/2", Overall Length 7 5/8".

- CampSaver.com

Blunt Blade: Stainless steel, 3.5" partially serrated on one side with cord-cutting hook and razor on the other. Overall: 7.63". Weight: 3 oz. Drop-point Blade: Stainless steel, 3.75" partially serrated blade with cord-cutting hook. Overall Length: 7.75", Weight: 3 oz. Both include a diver's sheath w/adjustable straps and quick-release latch.

- Vargo Outdoors

Kershaw Sea Hunter

MSRP:
$49.95

The Kershaw Sea Hunter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2017 at Cabela's.

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