Kershaw Faultline 8760 Folding Knife Review


Kershaw faultline 8760 knife is a high quality folding knife with a strong blade and good balance. It is made from stainless steel, which makes it corrosion resistant. It features a black G10 handle with silver linings and clip points at both ends. The blade is 4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide (the same size as Kershaw’s other models). The blade is flat ground and has a deep hollow grind. It comes with a nylon sheath with belt loop attachment. You can buy Kershaw faultline 8760 knife online or at your local store.

The Kershaw faultline 8760 knife is available in two different versions: one with a fixed blade and another version without a blade. Both versions have the same overall design but differ slightly in their handles, blades, and colors. They are available in three sizes: small, medium, and large.

Here is a video showing how to open the Kershaw faultline 8760 knife:

Kershaw faultline 8760 knife is available in four different colors: black, gray, blue, and red. There are five color options for the handle material. The blade is either uncoated or partially coated with TiNi, a Titanium Nitride coating that provides improved corrosion resistance.

The blade is either made from 8Cr13MoV steel or 14C28N steel. The former is more affordable, while the latter offers higher performance at greater expense.

The blade length for both versions measures 4 inches, with the overall length coming in at 8.75 inches for the smaller model and 11 inches for the larger model. The blade width is either 1/2 inch or 3/4 of an inch.

The small version measures 6.3 inches in handle length, 3.9 inches in handle width, and 0.8 inches in handle thickness.

The medium sized model has similar dimensions but with a longer blade and overall length.

The small one contains a short 3-inch blade with a drop point style and half serrated edge.

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