Boker Plus 01BO311  Bullpup Folding Pocket Knife

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  • The Boker Plus Bullpup is a folding knife designed by famed knife-maker Charles Marlowe. Made from Japanese VG-10 steel, the knife has a hollow-ground point blade and a titanium liner lock mechanism. The handle is covered in a grayish army-green Micarta material with a pleasant textile touch and exceptional grip. This handle is fitted with an adjustable pocket clip.  

    Boker’s tradition of steel-smithing began over 185 years ago in Solingen, Germany. The company has been crafting some of the most innovative designs in sporting and collector’s knives, and Fendrihan is proud to carry a selected range of their products.

    Total Length: 7.25 inches (18.4 cm)
    Blade Length: 3.33 inches (8.5 cm)
    Weight: 5.1 oz (144.6 g)

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A "custom production" knife

This knife is a joint operation: it's designed by custom knife legend Charles Marlowe, and produced by quality knife company, Boker. For the price, this knife is a bargain. If you've handled customs costing several times its price, you'll feel like you've just got away with something. The design, the materials, the fit, the finish and the buttery smooth operation are up there with my two customs (a Martzitelli folder and a Lightfoot folder). When opened, it almost seems an optical illusion that the blade closes within the length of the handle. It's a whole lotta blade for a somewhat short handle. For a blade this size, it gives the knife a smaller than usual, more convenient, take-everywhere size and appearance when closed. When open, it's ready for business with a strong, sharp blade ready for serious cutting duties. The small-ish handle might be an issue for some with large hands. My hands are of medium size, and the size of the handle makes opening a little awkward compared to most one-handed openers I've used. It's not a problem, just a bit unusual, and takes a little while getting used to. The handle is comprised of stainless steel liners, titanium bolsters, and green canvas micarta scales. Lock up (with a liner lock) is smooth, positive and secure. The blade is dead centre. There is no wobble. A nice touch, usually only seen on more expensive custom knives (e.g., Chis Reeves' etc) are metal bushings, which add to the smoothness of operation. The blade comes very sharp -- it'll shave hairs off your arm--but not as sharp as the Spyderco Paramilitary. This is hardly a criticism. Anyone buying a knife like this will have a sharpening kit -- just give it 20 lashes with the extra fine rods (e.g., on the SpyderSharpener). In the hand, the knife feels good. Definitely this knife was designed with comfort of the human hand in mind. That shouldn't have to be said about any hand tool, but . . . it really does have to be said. The handles are fully radiused, not just the corners, contributing to its comfort in the hand. It has a solid feel due mostly to its excellent and solid construction, but also to its weight. It's a little weightier than you might expect. I wouldn't carry this knife, clipped or in the pocket, of my lightest weight dress pants -- there I'd prefer a much lighter and thinner Spyderco Delica. In all other pants, it's a comfortable every-day-carry (EDC). It comes with a functional pocket clip positioned for tip-down carry, but the micarta is pre-drilled to swap it for tip-up carry preferred by many. The tip is very strong and, at least in tip-down carry position, does not allow too much of the top of the knife to rise above the pocket line. This is a right-handed knife only. The holes for the pocket clip dictate right pocket carry, there is a channel sculpted into the bolster facilitating operation of the right-side only thumb stud. For the DIY-er, it does appear that the thumb stud could be reversed (haven't tried to loosen it myself, yet). If so, and you're handy with a file . . . . Overall, this is an exceptionally well-made, and very well-designed knife that makes a modest few compromises in order to be much more convenient in the closed position, allowing it to function well as an all-purpose EDC. The quality of design and construction is very close to, if not on par with custom knives by famous makers priced north of $500. With all this in mind, it's beyond a bargain, it's a steal.