Duck Commander Pro Staff-Endorsed Kershaw Knives

Duck Commander Pro Staff-Endorsed Kershaw Knives

Duck Commander Pro Staff-Endorsed Kershaw Knives

New series includes four value-priced pocketknives and the Quax—an ax with a duck-shaped head

TUALATIN, OREGON—Kershaw’s much-anticipated series of Duck Commander Pro Staff-endorsed knives is now available.
 
The series includes four pocketknives, from the smaller Tickfaw to the full-sized Bisland. As a nod to Duck Commander’s southern heritage, each of the pocketknives is named for a place or person important in Louisiana. All four feature Kershaw’s SpeedSafe® assisted opening for easy, one-handed opening.
 
The Rayne (model 7402CD) features a classic clip-point blade, handsome steel-and-G-10 handle, and reversible pocketclip. At 3.25 inches, the Bisland’s (model 7422DC) blade is the longest of the group. It has a tan glass-filled nylon handle and a reversible, deep-carry pocketclip. The Dunbar’s (model 7420DC) textured, glass-filled nylon handle comes in deep forest green and offers a drop-point blade and deep-carry pocketclip. The smallest of the series is the Tickfaw (model 7418DC). A 2-inch blade and sturdy, glass-filled nylon handle make it easy to carry for everyday tasks.
 
The new series also includes the Quax (model 7400DC), an ax that’s both practical and whimsical. The whimsy comes from the Quax’s duck-shaped head. The practicality comes from its solid full-tang construction and sure-grip textured handle.
 
Each of these quality Kershaw products is endorsed and used by the Duck Commander Pro Staff. MSRP is $29.99 for the Tickfaw, Dunbar, and Bisland and $59.99 for the Rayne and Quax.
 
The products are available at the Duck Commander and Buck Commander store in West Monroe, Louisiana, at select Kershaw retailers, and on the Kershaw website.
Thursday, June 25, 2015