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Kershaw 1160 Fraxion Knife Review. A sub 2 ounce flipper that feels assisted.

The Kershaw 1160 Fraxion has to distinctions in my knife collection, it’s my fastest and most consistent flipper, and also the lightest. It feels like an assisted opener, but it ain’t. It has a G10 handle with carbon fiber overlays, and a blade made from 8Cr13MoV. In my review I compare it to the Kershaw Showtime, the Kershaw Am-3 and the Benchmade 940. Check out Kershaw’s website for more info.

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12 replies on “Kershaw 1160 Fraxion Knife Review. A sub 2 ounce flipper that feels assisted.”

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Actually this knife is good for out door use I used it for many outdoors uses and it fell in a muddy creek and it still works like a charm

Heya, stumbled across your channel while looking for a review on the Fraxion. Cool stuff and might pick one up for myself. Have you thought about doing anything on the Kershaw Skyline, Chill, or Atmos? All are lightweight unassisted flippers similar to this, with the skyline probably being the one most likely to appeal to you for the decent size blade, the atmos being really similar to the Fraxion but with a slightly different blade profile, and the Chill being a bit more long/slender but an excellent flipper.

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