KERSHAW 1510 RANDOM TASKThe Random Task was voted Blade Magazines 1998 "American Made Knife of the Year". Here is an Extremely Rare Kershaw 1510 Plain Edge Random Task assisted opening knife. This one is one of the very first Ken Onion designed knives that came out around 1998. It features a Special Safe torsion bar mechanism for assisted opening. It measures 4 1/2" closed and has a 3 1/4" CPM- 440V Stainless Steel Tanto Style Blade and Titanium Liners. The handles are Polished G10 with a lanyard hole and pocket clip for tip down carry. The Random Tasks were all shaped and polished by hand, false edges were ground by hand .They sold very well but Kershaw discontinued making them because they were so time consuming to make. The parts once ground are not interchangeable so all the sets had to stay together. It was a very labor intensive project. Bottom line - this is a very high quality knife !!!!! Made in the U.S.A. LAST one I have
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