Reviews and Ratings for Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath - 02BO292

Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheathrated 4.25 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25 inch D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath

 

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Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Cw Gray
Albuquerque
Dec 02, 2013
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None

Great knife

The other reviews of this knife aren't from people who use it every day. I own lots of knives but this is the one I carry most of the time. The D-2 steel is exceptional, a little harder to sharpen but it stays razor sharp and will take lots of abuse. Full tang construction and a pretty good sheath. If you only buy one knife for camping or combat this ones a winner.
Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jasonk
Colorado
Jun 27, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Finish, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard

Excellent blade

This knife is one of my favorite blades. It is a large knife but it feels light and balanced in your hands. The choil allows for choking up on the blade quite nicely. I started cleaning one of three deer I shot this past hunting season with this knife, it is so comfortable and balanced that I proceeded to use it to fully butcher and bone out all three deer. The D2 does stay sharp as others have stated. It sharpens up with little trouble on my WSKO sharpener. I also like that it isn't too thick. It is nimble enough to use in the kitchen slicing vegetables and meats. Al lot of companies just put an edge on a pry bar which makes for a mediocre cutting tool. I do have to say the sheath is a bit flimsy. It works, but it isn't the best sheath. I would have paid more for a well done sheath. There are many custom sheath makers on the web. I ended up getting a new sheath. I am totally fine with this. I got a cool cross draw sheath. To the guy who says the handle is too slippery. He is nuts. The handle is smooth but not slippery. It is very comfortable and useful. I am sure that he was waving it around his living room, not hunting and performing field chores. I am very happy with this blade, especially for the price. I can use it and enjoy it without too much anxiety. This knife is a winner. Very well done! Note to Boker: Include a sheath worthy of this knife.
Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath
rated 4 stars out of 5
Walker
Florida
Jun 01, 2015
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None

The knife is a good value.

This knife has so far performed in fairly rugged chopping and cutting tasks and kept a good edge. I am very satisfied with it. However I would say that a new type of Kydex sheath needs to be developed for this knife. At first this kydex sheath was so poorly formed around the knife that it got stuck in the area where the two inverted bumps are and I had to pry the knife out and then the bottom and middle part of the sheath were knocking back and forth because of looseness. Great Knife...but get a seperate sheath. I would have paid an extra $10 for a better made sheath.
Boker Plus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife Fixed 6.25" D2 Black Blade, Green Micarta Handles, Black Kydex Sheath
rated 3 stars out of 5
Gyffes
New England
Apr 22, 2014
Pros: Finish, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material, None
Cons: Handle Material, Sheath/Scabbard

Meh

I love the blade shape and heft, makes it quite useful as a camp knife. Unfortunately, it is undone by a terrible handle which is far too slippery to wield with great confidence. I wrapped it in hockeystick tape and that helped a bit, but I'm still leery when really going after something with this; the lanyard doesn't guarantee you won't get hurt by flying knife, just that you'll limit the length of the fly. The sheath is average-to-subpar; the blade doesn't really seat very cleanly or leave much confidence it'll stay seated under all conditions (speed, body contortions, etc). I end up using a bit of paracord wrapped up and around the handle to tie the blade down: workable, hardly satisfactory.