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Boker Besh-Wedge Neck Fixed Blade Knife 4-1/4" Plain Blade G10 Scaled Handle

Boker USA, Inc.
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Specifications and features:
Boker Besh-Wedge neck fixed blade knife
4-1/4" plain blade
Titanium coated 440C stainless steel blade
Grip enhancing G10 scales
Kydex sheath
7-1/4" overall length
Weighs 2.5 ounces

Plain Blade Boker Besh-Wedge Neck Fixed Blade Knife -
Canadian knife maker Brent Beshara is known for his unique blade style called the Besh-Wedge, which uses the full thickness of blade material completely up to the blade tip, providing maximum stability. The new Neck Wedge transfers this concept to the world of the comfortable to carry back up knives. The blade steel is 440C stainless, getting optimum corrosion resistance by a titanium coating. Grip enhancing G-10 scales and a Kydex sheath complete the package and provide the demanding user with a professional tactical tool.

440C Stainless Steel -
This type of steel is a high chromium stainless steel with a terrific balance of good hardness and corrosion resistance. 440C takes a nice edge and is fairly easy to re sharpen. An excellent value priced steel for its performance.

G10 Handle -
Apoxy filled woven glass fiber; it is extremely stable, unaffected by temperature changes, and can be decoratively tinted, ground, and polished. G-10 makes excellent handles and handle scales for knives. 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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2.0 5
"I returned this POC. The blade design doesn't even end in a point. The sheath is very nice. It seems like the good knifes always have crappy sheaths and vice versa. This thing reminds me of a toy you'd pick up at the fair. Totally useless."
4.0 5
"No offense to the previous poster but this knife isn't supposed to come to a point. It's based off of the \"Besh Wedge\" blade designed by Brent Beshara. The dual flat chisel grind on each edge terminates in a flat point. This has the benefit of getting extremely good penetration without risking tip breakage. A little know-how and elbow grease puts a good workable edge on this blade which is intended as a self-defense tool. You shouldn't be opening boxes with it. It'll do the job well. It would just be nice if Boker would have strained themselves a bit for a higher grade of steel. Otherwise, a good value."
5.0 5
"When I first received this knife, I thought there had been a serious quality control problem. Then I researched the Boker design, which if I remember correctly, was developed from the Fairbairn Sykes commando dagger by a Canadian Special Forces soldier to prevent blade tip breakage. Viewed tip first, the knife resembles a parallelogram, with the flat tip finely beveled like a sharpened flathead screwdriver. The grip is solid enough, even for my big hands, and after nearly a year, the sheath holds it as snugly as day 1- and locks with a satisfying click. The sheath also has 6 lace holes, in case you'd like to lace it into your boot, lash it to your forearm, or around your neck. I'm happy with mine."