The Kershaw Scrambler was introduced at Blade Show in 2013, but this year it’s coming out with a sweet BlackWash-finished blade and handle.
The Scrambler is spring assisted, and it features Kershaw’s SpeedSafe opening system that’s really quick. The blade is made of 8Cr13MoV steel, which has a hardness of 58-59 and is also quite resistant to corrosion. The flat-ground top swedge gives the drop point blade a unique look, and the hollow-ground edge gives the blade excellent slicing ability. These traits make the Scrambler a great option to take camping for all of your food prep, but it’s also the perfect size for everyday carry.
Overall the Scrambler comes to 7.875 inches, and it has a 4.25-inch handle and a 3.5-inch blade. The front of the handle has G-10 for added gripping and control, and the back is a steel frame lock.
If you’re interested in the BlackWash Kershaw Scrambler, you can pre-order it for $5. Once your knife is shipped, the remaining balance will be charged to your card. (We currenlty do not have any ETA on the this knife.)