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Böker Applegate-Fairbairn Combat II dagger

$134.74 incl.  VAT 0%
Lamnia

Description

Boker’s reissue of the Applegate-Fairbairn Fighting Knife uses fiberglass-reinforced Delrin handle, thickened in the center for a sure grip. A lanyard hole adds convenience. The handle meets a short, forward-bending cross-guard that protects the fingers. Boker achieved the knife’s preferred rearward balance by inserting steel weights into the handle - a beautifully ergonomic design. The 6" blade on this 10¾" knife has effective reach, with a 1" wide blade that’s beefy all the way to the tip. Struck of Solingen 440C stainless steel hardened to a Rockwell of 58, the blade has the signatures of Rex Applegate and W.E. Fairbairn etched into the bead-blasted finish. Sheathed in durable Cordura.

Specifications

Blade

440C

Blade hardness

HRC 58

Handle

Delrin Fibreglass

Sheath

Kydex

Guard / ferrule / bolster

Brass

Weight:

8.642 oz

Overall length:

10.71″

Blade length:

5.91″

Blade thickness:

0.18″

Country of origin:

Germany

Other features

Lanyard hole, Double edge

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Applegate-Fairbairn Combat II

Item #:

120543AF
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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.