The new Boker Kalashnikov Duty knife is a tribute to Mikhail Kalashnikov, who created the famous AK-47 in 1947. This model 110147 is 9" in overall open length, 5" closed, and has a 3.9" two-tone, clip-point blade styled after an AK-47 bayonet. This historic piece of cutlery is made in Solingen, Germany.
Boker says...."The Boker Kalashnikov Duty strips away all non-essential special equipment, focusing entirely on function and reliability in the tradition of Mikhail Kalashnikov's design approach. The typical bayonet blade of the tactical knife was purposely made from 440C, tried and tested for decades, which was finely sandblasted and received a two-tone finish. The blade is opened with a thumbstud and secured with a sturdy linerlock. It is secured with the linerlock mechanism. The handle was CNC-milled from a solid block of 6061-T6 Aluminum and then hardcoat-anodized in black. The handle is inlaid by hand with certified imported Cocobolo and also CNC-milled from solid wood. All screws and the clip (tip-up) are also anodized in black."
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