Boker Knives

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:30 pm
Boker has a wide variety of knives including all sorts of different styles. I've found a particular line that is quite unique and suits my purposes well.


I found this little booger a few months ago. It's about 4.5" opened and about the size of a dogtag when closed. It's perfect for carrying around in my pocket and very useful for every day tasks when pulling out a full sized knife might attract undue attention. I work in an office with a lot of stuffed shirts who don't exactly share my enthusiasm for sharp things.


Boker Subclaw

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Overall Length (inches): 4 1/2"

Blade Length (inches): 1 7/8"

Blade Material: AUS8 Steel

Locking Mechanism: Frame Lock

Weight: 2.5 oz.

Handle Material: Fiber Reinforced Nylon

Carry System: pocket/money Clip


I liked it so much I picked up a few more of the line...


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Subcom

Wharcom w/ Wharncliffe Blade

Subclaw w/ Hawkbill Blade

Subcom Titan w/ Titanium Handle (made with 440C steel)

Subcom Black w/ Partially Serrated Blade

Subcom Black w/ Partially Serrated Blade and Camo Handle
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 11:14 pm
Neat collection LES! My greatgrandfather carried a Boker pocketknife. I sure wish I knew what happened to it...
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 11:22 pm
Thank you Sir.

They make some nice blades for the money. I know the feeling, I still remember my grandad's old Case pocket knife.
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