Fixed Blade Knives

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Fixed Blade Knives
4.5
1999
Boker Plus Apparo Fixed Blade Survival Knife
$139.99 $195.95
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Good knife, came sharp out of the box!

Beautiful knife. Excellent weight and balance. Cocobolo handle is a work of art. Knife is proudly displayed in my collection.

Already wrote one review, but forgot to add something. This knife would be perfect if the handle was a little less flat. I realize it is a trade off between portability and grip power. If the handle profile was closer to a KABAR handle, this knife would be a real gem. It would make for a more confident grip under combat applications. This may be a personal preference, however. This is a great knife for the price of entry.

The 4 stars is with the caveat that I have not had a chance to use it in the field yet. If it proves durable, then the 5th star is warranted. Good build overall. The knife, grip, and sheath system seem reliable. The sheath can be configured to attach to your body a number of ways. Great for military applications. The factory edge is very nice; I have nothing bad to say about the knife and it's build, and ergonomics. The sheath has a pressure release system that you can thumb down fairly quietly to pull out the blade. The full tang blade has a good heft to it and probably will not break under duress. I can't comment on how well the edge keeps at this point.

This knife is the best in budget knives, because you get a high quality knife for a low price. Although it was nice to get a ferro rod, it doesn't light as well as other fire starters. Also the threads on the sheath started to unravel. Not a big problem because it keeps you and the knife protected, just wish it was threaded better. This is still a very good knife and you wouldn't buy it just for the ferro rod or a top of the line sheath anyway. Awesome knife!!!!

I got a newer series old timer 152 OTBC in 2014 November. My dad bought a friend and I both one. This knife works out awesome for squirrel hunting, and is very easy to resharpen and holds a edge well. I Cannot wait to use it this year again I went and bought that guthook version the 158 OT in March can't wait to try this out and see how it does.

Quality of the the knife is excellent and the customer service was also excellent!! My sheath was damaged and replaced! Very Happy with my purchase!

My first order was 2 pieces. Small enough for Asian hands. Sharp right out of the box. This was my second order for 6 pieces a gifts for friends I care about. All 6 pieces arrived in good condition.

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