Survival Gear Review: Kershaw OSO Sweet Pocket Knife

The Kershaw OSO Sweet Pocket Knife is a small and compact knife, perfect for survival. The blade has a partially serrated edge with the cutting surface measuring 3.25 inches long by 0.5 inch wide at …

The Kershaw OSO Sweet Pocket Knife is a small and compact knife, perfect for survival. The blade has a partially serrated edge with the cutting surface measuring 3.25 inches long by 0.5 inch wide at its widest point. With an overall length of 5 inches it is lightweight and easy to carry in your pocket or bag. It comes with a safety lock that keeps the knife from being opened accidentally, as well as slip resistance on the handle scales for better grip when wet or dry. This knife would be ideal to have in any survival situation!

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I have never owned an assisted opening pocket knife before, but I always wanted one. Most of the people that carried them seemed like they were mall ninjas and could be flimsy from a glance on the outside. However, after taking my first plunge into this world by trying out different blades for EDC purposes; I had no idea how wrong those thoughts were! They are actually rather sharp with plenty of power to open quickly in tight situations where you need it most when your safety is at risk.

I’ve never been interested in carrying around knives or weapons until recently as my prepper mentality has shifted gears more towards active protection than passive defense measures these days – which led me down this new path exploring all types and varieties of personal self-

The Kershaw OSO Sweet Assisted Opening Pocket Knife was a steal at only $20.00 from Amazon! I had never tried this brand before but the lightweight design and 4-inch blade size made it worth taking a chance on, especially for that price range. The first thing I noticed when unwrapping and opening my new knife were how light 3 pounds felt in hand–almost like nothing at all or even less than what you’re carrying around with your keys anyways (I know because mine weighs about 5 ounces). This pocketknife can easily fit into any woman’s purse without being bulky or too cumbersome to take out if needed quickly; afterall we should be prepared just in case of an emergency situation where self defense is necessary right

The assisted opening on this knife is seriously impressive. The blade snaps open with a quick hard snap, and it locks up securely for safety. It’s easy to shut the blade one handed as well – even if you don’t have much experience using pocket knives! I wasn’t sure what to expect from stainless steel blades before trying out this specific model but when I got my hands on it right out of box, its razor sharp edge made me reconsider that preference in materials entirely.

The Kershaw OSO Sweet Assisted Opening Pocket Knife has a riveted, stainless steel blade with an eye-catching design. It is not meant for survival or utility purposes but the knife held up to my intensive testing and still looked good as new after months of use. I have used it on many different materials from cardboard and carpeting to rope and tinder off of branches!

The Smith Pocket Sharpener does an Ok job putting a blade back into shape. I have much better results when I put in the time with some Arkansas stones at home though. Specs: SpeedSafe assisted opening, liner lock, reversible pocketclip, steel is 8Cr13MoV and has been given it’s signature satin finish; handle is made of injection-molded glass filled nylon which has held up extremely well to my abuse over these past years (3). Blade length 3 1/4 inches long by 7 9/10ths inch wide closed 4 13/16th inches open overall weight 90 grams or just under three ounces so that makes this one very lightweight compact package you can carry on your belt loop for everyday tasks like

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I have used this knife for a long time and it has not left me with any scratches. I’ve seen other people complain about the handle though, which is more of an aesthetic issue than functionality. Personally, I like how “spiderweb-y” the scales look on my hand because they make gripping easier when wet too! When using it in water or while cutting something really juicy (like tomatoes), there was barely enough slippage to be noticeable at all.

I would never buy another EDC knife after owning this one. It is significantly cheaper than other knives I have owned, but it also has the durability and design that none of my old ones had. For anyone looking for a new EDC knife to own, look no further!

This Kershaw OSO Sweet Knife may be affordable compared to its peers but don’t let the price fool you! Its balance when deployed in either position makes me feel safer carrying around an extra blade at all times- especially since deployment time is faster than putting away as well. This model does not include any additional safety locks like many others do which was another bonus feature ive been searching for so long

I always try to keep my pockets low-profile, but I still managed to make a mess of things. Not only did the Kershaw Cryo II knife get stuck in one pocket and wouldn’t come out without using both hands, it also scratched up the other side which had nothing inside! But that’s not surprising considering how sharp this blade is – you can see why they call it “cryogenic,” because if your fingers aren’t careful around handles like these then frostbite will be next on their list. The features are great for slicing through anything; from making perfect cuts with its 3 inch serrated steel blade or carving shapes into wood boards thanks to its edge angle technology (or EAT). That said though, don’