Comes in the Red/Black box we have all come to know and love . . .
Another Culpepper? – Bruce, You already have one – Not like this . . .
Bruce! – What? – STOP TEASING!! – OK . . .
It is all copper – and it is gorgeous . . .
No separate bolsters – stainless – nickel silver – Oh No – none of that – just copper . . .
D2 steel blade – sharp right out of the box . . .
And hanging out with the “normal” Culpepper . . .
Looks wise shames the “normal” Culpepper . . .
On the right – brass liners – nickel bolsters – G10 scales – all good stuff . . .
On the left? – ALL copper – simply two slabs of machined copper – Hell yes . . .
The normie Culpepper comes in at 3.2 oz . . .
The copper Culpepper comes in at 4.4 oz . . .
Great stuff from SMKW and Kershaw – the scales texture give you a good grip – D2 steel for the blade works – and the heft of it in your hand really feels good – and good looks to spare – The only downside?? You need two of them – one to keep “pretty” and one to put in your pocket and let it do the “patina” thing . . .
At $49.99 you are getting quite a unique Kershaw for the price – and the fun part is everyone who has handled this has tried to buy it off of me – this knife is cool enough that if I could figure out how to “do” WordPress I would figure out how to do a contest thing and give one away – however – trust me when I say I don’t understand all I don’t know about this mess . . .
What’s in YOUR pocket??
Have Fun! – Run the Gun! – and remember – Fish Heads are Cheap!!