Kershaw Elk Hunter 1034; Seki, Japan

In the mid-1970s, Peter Kershaw, formerly a marketing representative at Gerber Legendary Knives formed his own company together with his wife Judy and shipped their first knife in 1974. He had sent a Made in USA Gerber fixed Blade to Ichiro Hattori to serve as a design basis for the series of knives that became the Kershaw 10X0 series. The blades were all AUS-8a Stainless Steel and while the original models had wood handles, the basic production models used a phenolic resin handle. Kershaw later had the knife produced by Kai in Japan a historic knifemaker.

  • Tapered Drop Point Hunter
  • 5” AUS8a Blade, 9.75 Overall
  • Weight 11.9oz
  • Harness Leather Sheath
  • Made in Seki, Japan
  • No Box, Has Original Factory Edge 

This is a great knife that is listed used as it is without box. Excellent as a hunting and camp knife of the best quality. ,Shows no signs of being used but may have handling marks. Judge from photos. #1034-0223

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