Magnum by Boker Undergod Knife with Polymer Handle, Black ComboEdge Blade, and Nylon Sheath

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Magnum by Boker Undergod Knife with Polymer Handle, Black ComboEdge Blade, and Nylon Sheath
Magnum by Boker Undergod Knife with Polymer Handle, Black ComboEdge Blade, and Nylon Sheath
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Features:

• Blade material: 440 steel

• Carry system: Nylon sheath

Model Number: 02RY6505
Catalog Number: 296017
Specifications
Blade Length 6.63 inches
Blade Material Stainless Steel (440)
Blade Edge Plain
Point Spear Point
Handle Material POLYMER
Total Length 11.75 inches
Blade Color Black
Knife Type Fixed Blade
Knife Weight 6.5 ounces
Handle Color Black
Country of Origin China
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Magnum is a division of Boker USA, and is a separate line of knives which are imported from the Far East. Many of the Magnum knives are designed by Boker, but manufactured under the Magnum brand name. Magnum knives offer impressive quality at an affordable price, and are backed by a lifetime warranty! Manufactured in Taiwan and China.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By Wes W. from Dodge City, KS
November 14, 2016

I got a pair of these, so I can carry them in a shoulder rig. These knives aren't made for camping, because dagger. Boker underdog (not undergod dumass) is way sharp. And the needle sharp point, nasty serrations and grippy handle means this blade is staying in your hand, under the wettest nastiest conditions. The pommel has a metal end the shape of a hammer that screws on; making the knife handle secured to the blade. I'm pretty sure you could drive a nail with it, and it sure will do some damage as soon as it makes contact with skin and bones. There's only one purpose to a knife made like this; personal protection / offensive / defensive / intimidation factor this knife has all that and more. The sheath is made in such a way so you can configure it in multiple carry options, high on the belt, low on the belt, tied on the bottom strapped on the leg, and it stays put. The polymer handle has a nice grippy feel to it, and more than finger guards, they're hand protection so you can really push on it hard. Nice lanyard hole at the pommel end, snap closure on the sheath and did I say needle sharp? I spoze you could cut a piece of para-cord with it, but who cares? I didn't get these daggers to go camping, and it's so intimidating; I've yet to actually strap it on and leave the house yet! I'm working on the double shoulder harness, and then these guard dogs are goin' for a walk. When it comes to Boker, you can always count on the highest quality for the buck and this blade is no exception. Anyone who owns this blade is happy they got it, and those that haven't yet; they want one. Do it. You'll be smiling happy.

By Larry S. from Phoenix, AZ
April 9, 2017

I use the knife to protect against animal attacks on the street etc I had to take the handle apart and filled it with epoxy then put it back together with serrations at bottom which I'm accustomed to I sharpened the dull edge on the side of the serrations also. I guess it is really for scuba diving, tank tap on the pommel. It is lightweight not substantial. The weight is probably the selling factor if you need a big knife that's lightweight. Boker is a good brand as well.

By Richard G. from St. Louis, MO
July 10, 2012

Very, very sharp and feels good in your hand, however, it has one big drawback: it's made in china. There are other similar American made knives.

By John R. from Bethesda, MD
October 21, 2012

Every Boker Magnum 440 knife I've ever seen has a dull blade that can't be sharpened. The points are sharp and the serrations work, but the blades won't cut paper and thus will not cut through clothing. With 420 steel, at least you can get an initially sharp blade and sharpen it when it loses its edge. With 440 it doesn't come sharp, neither can it be made sharp. Cold Steel has made some excellent 440A steel...but it's all in the heat treat, and Boker's heat treat sucks in the Magnum line.

By Robairto H. from SC
July 26, 2015

Fimsy with a hollow handle. feels like it would easily break under stress

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