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Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9

Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9
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Becker Knife and Tool Combat Bowie, 9 1/4" blade, 1095 cro-van carbon steel, epoxy powder coat, Ultramid handle, fixed blade, lanyard hole
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Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9


The above illustrated Becker Knife and Tool Combat Bowie knife features a heavy duty full tang construction. The hollow ground blade, 9 1/4", is constructed of 1095 Cro-Van carbon steel with a matte black epoxy powder coat, .188" thick. The handle, 5 1/2", features an ergonomic solid black Ultramid construction with large screws holding everything together and an oversized lanyard hole. A black nylon sheath designed for belt carry is also included.

Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9

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Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9
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Becker Knife and Tool: Becker Combat Bowie Knife, BKT-9
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I have used the BK-9 for about two years now for everything---as a brush chopper, to dig with and skin locust posts. The point is broad and digs well. I have planted wild gardens with it, breaking hard soil to deposit seeds. I have dug basins in creek beds so that I could fill my canteens. You can lever out rocks and hard clay with little damage to the blade. This is one tough knife, meant to be used hard. It is safe to use---little chance of your hand slipping onto the blade. The handle design prevents forward momentum. I slipped a bike innertube on the handle for extra traction. I use a small mill file to get the edge down to a uniform bevel, then a medium and fine DMT whetstone to finish. This is the one drawback. 1095 Cro Van is very hard steel, and you have to work to get it sharp.

You can't go wrong with a BK-9. It is a good union between the performance of a machete, and a knife.