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Kershaw 7800BLK Launch 6 Auto Knife, CPM-154 Black Blade

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Get a dark tactical look with the Launch 6 automatic knife from Kershaw.

This slim and ever-so-slightly wicked-looking knife features premium CPM154 blade steel. This powdered metallurgy steel offers more uniform distribution of carbides so it takes and holds an excellent edge. It also provides good corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and toughness. Black DLC coating adds non-reflectivity and enhances performance.

Durable anodized aluminum handles lighten the Launch 6's weight and Kershaw machines them to provide a secure grip. This automatic knife opens with a recessed push button. We made the button level with the flat of the handle as a safety feature that makes it harder for the knives to accidentally deploy. Left-handers can use an index finger instead of the thumb to press the blade-release/lock button. The Launch 6 also has a reversible pocketclip and a pre-drilled lanyard tie-off hole.


  • Made in the USA
  • Push button open
  • Push button lock release
  • Reversible pocketclip (left/right, tip-up)
  • Integrated backspacer
  • Steel: CPM154, DLC coating
  • Handle: Anodized aluminum
  • Blade length: 3.75 in.
  • Closed length: 4.95
  • Open length: 8.70"
  • Weight: 3.8 oz.




  • Kershaw Launch Auto Knife

    Posted by Tim Garcia Fresno Tool on Feb 17th 2021


    Customer loved this knife. I'm going to put one in stock. What a beautiful knife.

  • Outstanding knife

    Posted by David L Harper on Sep 12th 2020


    I bought the kershaw auto launch 6 mostly because it was the least expensive and a brand I recognized . I did not have a lot of expectations but I was truly surprised. The spring action is impressive, fast and deliberate. This is a solid made knife and will hold a edge . Overall I would recommend this knife to anybody that likes knives . The handle is smooth no sharp corners to mangle your knuckles digging in your pocket .. Quality and a price that won't cause trauma to the piggy bank . Good job Kershaw !