Boker's description...The Boker Swell-End Jack is another classic knife shape, which was to be found on European farmers' markets and in the typical general shops of American settlements since the turn of the century. The handy pocket knife owes its name to its traditional design, which becomes noticeably wider towards the end of the handle, thus shifting the knife's center of gravity backwards. In addition to the satin-finished main blade of ice-hardened N690 with 60 to 61 HRC, the knife is also equipped with a cap lifter that can also be used as a screwdriver. The blade has a modern ricasso and is opened by nail nick. The operating safety of the slipjoint is increased by a 90 degree arrestor during opening and closing. The handle scales are made of deceptively realistic looking synthetic horn, which combines the low maintenance and robustness of a synthetic material with the look of a natural material. The characteristic bolsters are made of nickel silver. Handmade in the Boker Knife Manufactory in Solingen.
This Swell-End Jack measures 6" open. The satin finished, drop-point blade is 2.6" of N690 stainless steel has a false edge top giving it a modified spear-point look with an HRC of 60-61. The secondary blade is actually a bottle opener and flat blade screwdriver. Both have strong mid-open detents for safety. It has a closed length of 3-5/16" and weighs in at 2.5 ounces. The handle has Synthetic Horn handle scales with nickel silver bolsters front and back. One side has an inlaid Boker Tree logo shield. This knife comes to you new in original box with papers and a high-quality felt case for storage.
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