Kershaw Launch 15 Automatic Knife, 3.5" MagnaCut Blade, Micarta/Aluminum Handle - 7950
Kershaw Launch 15 Automatic Knife, 3.5" MagnaCut Blade, Micarta/Aluminum Handle - 7950

Kershaw Launch 15 Automatic Knife, 3.5" MagnaCut Blade, Micarta/Aluminum Handle - 7950

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The Kershaw Launch 15 Automatic is the perfect tool for everyday carry and beyond.

With its full-size bayonet-style spear point blade, this knife easily pierces through cutting tasks. The blade is made from CPM MagnaCut powdered metallurgy steel, which provides outstanding edge retention, toughness, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. The BlackWash finish on the blade helps to reduce the visibility of use scratches, ensuring the knife looks sharp for years to come.

The knife handle is made of aluminum, adding durability without sacrificing weight. The handle also features a canvas Micarta inlay on both sides, adding a unique and stylish look to the knife.

A thin Micarta backspacer completes the sleek appearance. The low-profile push button ensures the blade is not accidentally deployed, increasing safety and peace of mind. The deep-carry pocket clip is reversible, allowing it to be carried either left or right-handed.

Proudly made in the USA, the Kershaw Launch 15 is perfect for anyone looking for a reliable and stylish knife that will stand up to any task. Whether you're using it in the field or carrying it for everyday use, this knife won't disappoint.

Brand: Kershaw Knives
Specifications
Blade Thickness 0.12
Brand Kershaw
Model Launch 15
Model Number 7950
Opener Push Button
Automatic Knife Yes
Blade Color Black
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Length 3.5
Blade Material MagnaCut
Closed Length 4.9
Closed Length 4.9
Country of Origin USA
Handle Color Black, Brown
Handle Material Micarta, Aluminum
Knife Weight 3.1
Knife Type Folding
Lock Type Button Lock
Pocket Clip Include Yes
Point Spear
Total Length 8.5

Established in 1974 in Oregon, Kershaw has built a strong reputation for producing reliable and affordable knives that cater to various needs, from everyday carry and outdoor activities to tactical and professional use.

Throughout its history, Kershaw has been at the forefront of knife innovation. The brand is acclaimed for its use of advanced materials such as high-performance stainless steels and durable handle materials like G-10, carbon fiber, and aluminum. Kershaw knives often feature smooth assisted opening mechanisms, ensuring quick and effortless deployment, a feature that has become a signature characteristic of the brand.

Some of Kershaw's top models include the Blur, Leek, Emerson collaborations, and Launch series. The brand expertly vacillates between offering budget-friendly folders and higher-quality knives made in the United States.

Kershaw’s ability to blend cutting-edge technology with practical design has solidified its position as one of the leading knife manufacturers in the industry, continuing to attract a loyal following of users seeking top-tier performance at an affordable price.

Customer Reviews

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Chris Carpenter
I dig it!

Love the deep carry clip, lightness, and how think the knife is. I wanted to try the magnacut steel and am only trying to buy American so this was a reasonable way to do both. It’s a fun knife, pretty good fidget factor, sharp, and useful. The inlay is pretty nice on the hand. The shape is actually nicer in the hand than I originally thought. I’m looking forward to putting it through the paces. I’ve haven’t had the knife long so we will see how the edge holds up.

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Norman Glazier
opens with the force of 8 Suns

This is such a fantastic feeling and cutting blade . Everything I have approached with this knife has easily relented to the sharpness of the blade, sighing open with out resistance . The button is perfectly positioned to avoid accidental opening , yet is quick and responsive to a deliberate action .

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john smith
Good knife poor clip design

The clip is positioned to ride low in a concealment position, but the butt is narrow, tapered, and smooth. All together it is hard to get a grip to remove it. The butt of the knife could be flared slightly, grooved, etc.
It could also have a series of screw positions so the owner can set it for more or less exposed butt.

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Curt Bowman
Great feeling knife

This knife fits in my hand great and locks in. Weight is just right and razor sharp. The spring is also very snappy!