Kershaw boat or rope knife that is near mint with Cordura
belt sheath. The sheath has light use but the knife has not been
sharpened, and looks great. It is model 1075 and was called the 12 Meter Riggers
Knife. It is very well made and very strong. It is a folder, not a lockback, that includes serrated sheepsfoot blade, shackle tool, and marlinespike.
The aggressive serrated blade cuts rope and other fiber
like materials almost like butter. The shackle wrench slips onto the
shackle bolt and easily opens it. The spike is used to open up rope and
cable, so it can be spliced in the classic sailor's way. They are no longer made.
If you are looking for a folding boat or rope knife this
was maybe the best ever made, or at least one of the best, this is it!
The marlinespike is the same as a fid, which is
traditionally used for splicing rope.
This photo is of a Kershaw boat or rope knife that is mint
the one we have for sale is near mint and does not have the rope on the
|Kershaw boat or rope knife
that is near mint with Cordura belt sheath, and no lanyard rope.