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Boker Pine Creek Wood 3-5/8" Fixed Blade, Ebony Wood Handles, Jerry Lairson Design - 02BA701G

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Part Number: BO02BA701G
Manufacturer: Boker Knives
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BO02BA701G: Boker Creek Wood

A beefy yet compact hunting and outdoor knife, designed by American knifemaker Jerry Lairson. The additional finger coil allows various grip positions, with maximum control for delicate cutting tasks, when grabbed "short" in forward coil. Notches on the blade spine provide positive control. Guayacan ebony wood handle scales provide not only an attractive appearance, but also a safe and comfortable grip. The blade is made of high quality T6MoV steel. Includes an embossed leather sheath. Blade length: 3⅝". Overall length: 7½". Weight: 4.5 oz. Made in Argentina
Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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5 out of 5
Jan 10, 2013
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Looks like an economical copy of a Murray Carter
It appears like a 185 Original model from Carter Cutlery but not $400. I like it. Even has the mosaic pins. The handle isn't tear dropped enough to be an exact copy and the grind lines go all the way to the spine which I prefer. The only big difference is that the First choil on the blade in Carter's have a plunged grind line so you wont slip and cut your finger. I like this one better because the heel takes less time to get sharp also this knife maximizes cutting edge for it's size. If you are worried about the index finger just round the heel a bit on a stone. One of Carter's in his style would have about 3/8 less usable blade. Jimping at the tip is nice too. Not sure who came to this design first but I think it's the Ferrari of fixed blade knives. Don't forget to thin the secondary bevel! Buy Japanese water stones or if you are really bad at sharpening and don't care to learn buy a Wicked Edge sharpening system. I prefer water stones just because it's more fun.
4 out of 5
R. Euller
Washington, DC
Sep 02, 2011
Pros: Materials, Finish, Blade Material, Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard
Cons: None
Excellent fit and finish
I wear the knife on my belt and use it for general tasks around our mountain cabin. The knife was a little smaller than I expected, but the fit and finish and overall impression it created were excellent. My one issue is this: the handle seems a little small in my average sized hands. I tried choking up using the blade choil (sp?) but then it felt like my forefinger was at risk of sliding onto the cuting edge of the blade. Overall I like the knife but it wouldn't my first choice for an EDC/user in a woodlot setting.
5 out of 5
Butler, Pa
Jan 05, 2011
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
Handle design is comfortable, both forward and reverse carry. Tooled cayman leather sheath is beautiful. Fit and finish is exquisite. Makes great EDC fixed blade.
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