Cleaver blade action comes to Kershaw's automatic series with the Launch 14. Grip the auto securely with the two-piece aluminum and carbon fiber front handle. While the flashy carbon fiber screams look at me, the Launch 14 is far from a safe queen. A finger choil allows users to choke up on the blade during heavy work tasks. The BlackWash coating hides use scratches after a hard day's work. Other details tie it all together, including a bronze anodized titanium tube spacer, reversable pocket clip, and an integrated backspacer with a lanyard hole. But its the tantalizing cleaver that begs Kershaw fans to press that button again and again.