Boker 2016 Annual Damascus Collector's Folding Knife 2.25" Damascus Plain Blade, Grenadill Wood Handles - 1132016DAM
BO1132016DAM: 2016 Annual Damascus Collector's Knife
The Boker Annual Damascus Collector's knife and the Boker Scout - two highly popular series come together to create a unique collector's piece. Since 1980, knife enthusiasts have been fascinated with the annual Damascus Collector's knives, and for almost as long, the Boker Scout series has been a fixed part of the Boker lineup. The smaller version of the Boker Boy Scout has already become a favorite. So it was only a matter of time before the Boy Scout became part of this exclusive collector's series. Chad Nichols, the Mississippi Damascus forger, provides Boker with his hand forged stainless Damascus in the Ripple pattern, which shows his full skill on the compact blade of the Boy Scout. The nickel silver handle is CNC-milled, for maximum precision, and features rich grenadill wood handle scales, which harmonize perfectly with the stunning Damascus blade. These noble materials make a combination that will impress every knife aficionado. The blade locks with a sturdy lockback mechanism. Each knife comes in a presentation box with a certificate of authenticity. This model is limited to just 999 pieces worldwide.
- Blade Length: 2.25"
- Closed Length: 3"
- Overall Length: 5.25"
- Blade Material: Chad Nichols Ripple Damascus
- Blade Style: Clip Point
- Blade Finish: Damascus
- Handle Material: Grenadill Wood
- Locking Mechanism: Lockback
- Weight: 2 oz.
- Made in Germany
One of the older steel Capitals of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.
A layered steel that can be either carbon or stainless. The finished blade is acid etched to give it a unique design. Damascus is known for its toughness, and edge holding capabilities.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
The lockback system has been used for many decades. It can usually be found on the knife spine and it provides a strong lockup that will wear well.