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Böker Jim Wagner Reality Based Blade folding knife, combo edge

$108.75 incl.  VAT 0%
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Description

The Jim Wagner Reality-Based Blade design has tactical features that few others have. A gladius tip, a cutting kris curve, unique blood grooves, ergonomic finger grooves with anti-slip texturing, and a thumb guide slide. Also includes a clip kit that can transfer a glass-breaker into a writing pen clip for undercover operations. Two lanyard holes are available for air, water or wilderness operations. With the blade in the retracted position, a secure high impact weapon is in the ready position. Solid stainless steel liners in addition to the FRN handles and solid lock back system provide all the security required when needed most.

Specifications

Blade

440C

Blade coating / finish

Black, non-reflective

Locking mechanism

Backlock

Opening mechanism

Disk, both sided

Serration

Partial

Handle

Zytel

Weight:

5.926 oz

Overall length:

9.06″

Blade length:

3.82″

Length folded:

5.16″

Blade thickness:

0.14″

Other features

Lanyard hole, Pocket clip, Window breaker

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Jim Wagner Reality Based Blade, combo edge

Item #:

01BO051
Availability:
Special order. Delivery time 7-14 business days

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$108.75*

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€101.61

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Manufacturer

Started from a small hardware factory of the Böker family in Germany in the 17th century, Böker became famous in 1869 when they launched their tree-brand knives developed in cooperation with the well-known cutlery-expert Hermann Heuser. The history of Böker has been affected by eventful times, but two things remained: passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary knives. Böker was one of the first companies to offer ceramic knives as a featured product line.