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Böker Plus Urban Survival - Cuchillo (Negro, Negro)
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- Detalle de la hoja: Plain
- Graphic: Land of the Free Because of the Brave
- Blade Material:440C, Black
- Handle Material:Aluminum
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Negro
Color del mando: Negro
Longitud: 14,4 cm
Mango ergonómico: Si
Peso: 42,525 g
Tipo de cuchillo: Especial
Tipo de hoja: 4,13 cm
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This used to be more necessary years ago and the new ones I have purchased have all been perfect in their liner lock without adjustment. But this entire tactical piece can be tightened or adjusted (including two choices for the clip end).
Anyway this is a fantastic item that can be used for self defense and emergency situations while being amazingly small and light weight.
As far as the sharpness of the edge, I wasn't too concerned about that. This is a last defense knife. I'm always looking for little knives like these to keep on me for that, and this little thing has a sharp enough point to do a lot of damage. If you're wanting some EDC do it all knife, this isn't the knife for you. My concern is that it is too difficult to open, which would make it virtually useless in the last defense situation. I loosened the bolt as much as I could and still can't get the blade to fling open with a flip of the wrist. There just isn't enough weight to the blade to do so without giving yourself carpal tunnel syndrome. That being said, the American version definitely could have benefited from assisted opening.
I do like the handle. I have wide hands, so it's tiny when holding, but the texture is gritty enough to get a good grip on it. I'm not sure if I would go bashing car windows with the bottom, though. The handle just isn't long enough, at least for someone with wide hands. Another inch of handle length would leave me with less doubt.
Overall, with what little this knife has to offer, I don't think it's worth the price. As others have said, it should be more around $15, especially since it's Taiwanese steel. Unless you just like the look of it, I wouldn't recommend this knife until the price comes down.