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Boker Gentleman's Lockback, White Bone, BK-250WB

Boker Gentleman's Lockback, White Bone, BK-250WB
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$26.97 Reg. Price $40.95  
Boker Gentleman's Lockback Knife, 2 7/8" drop point blade, smooth white bone handle, 3 3/4" closed. Imported.
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Boker Knives: Boker Gentleman's Lockback Knife, White Bone, BK-250WB


The illustrated Boker Knife is the Boker Gentleman's Lockback Knife that features 2 7/8" drop point blade made of high carbon stainless steel. The blade of this Boker knife has a polished finish and a nail nick for opening. The smooth white bone handle, 3 3/4" closed, has nickel silver bolsters (one with decorative groove), brass liners, round Tree shield and a lockback. The Boker Gentleman's Lockback Knife with smooth white bone handle has an overall open length of 6 5/8". Assembled in Germany.

Editor's note: Most smooth bone handles will have visible pores that resemble holes or cracks-expect this. Pores are not a defect; they are characteristic of the natural handle material.

Boker Knives: Boker Gentleman's Lockback Knife, White Bone, BK-250WB

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BRANDBoker Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYTraditional
CLOSED LENGTH3.75"
BLADE LENGTH2.875"
Product Field 382296
AVERAGE RATING60
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
Boker Gentleman's Lockback, White Bone, BK-250WB
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Boker Gentleman's Lockback, White Bone, BK-250WB
Looks great but hard to close
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PROS: reasonable price, looks great, small enough to fit in pocket comfortably, easy to open.
CONS: Functionality. I own many folding knives, and this one is the hardest to close of any folder I've ever seen. Two problems: 1) Due to the location of the lock, it's very awkward to push the lock and close the blade without your fingers getting in the way. I still haven't figured out how to close it safely. 2) Lock was so tight I had to push really hard to get it closed the first time. I cut two fingers the first time I tried to close the blade. Oil remedied this. Don't they check these things at the factory?
 
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