Boker Assisted Opening Knives

Boker Assisted Opening Knives
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Hi. THANKS to my Granson. I now have a greater tool . To carry. Since i left the Army 50 years Ago. 0h. Bless you all for this Product.

The knife is well-built it's good knife for the price I paid

Very fun knife to open and close. Unique. Also, it has a sharp blade that seems to be constructed of high quality steel. Great for de barking a walking stick. Despite the unusual flip out opening, the blade is really secure once opened and functions like a fixed blade knife.

Nice ,fast, and affordable. Great knife.

I normally carry a Torret model which I have owned for years but this is becoming a potential replacement. I really like its smooth operation and the blade lock is a nice feature

Grip feels cheap and doesn't really fit my hand. But what should I expect in a knife that costs this much.The assisted opening spring is weak so the assisted opening is slow. Actually this caused my most disappointment with the knife.

Blade design is great. I like S30V steel and it came very sharp. Excellent fit and finish. Assist action is crisp. The blade is secure when open and closed. Safety works great which is important for police carry because, when locked, knife can't be opened by a person who isn't familiar with the safety.

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