Friday, June 21, 2013

Boker Pipsqueak Blackwood Folding Knife

The first Boker folding knife designed by Neil Blackwood. The Pipsqueak successfully resists being classified into a particular category. Depending on the point of view, it is either the "smallest big knife" or the "biggest small knife". The width of the blade and the handle, as well as the thickness of the material, are characteristic of a tactical folder, whereas the overall length and the proportions of the knife fit into the category of small and compact knives. The solid titanium frame is capped with a green canvas Micarta scale, and the back side forms an extremely sturdy framelock mechanism. The spacer in the handle is also made of Micarta, and protrudes like a dorsal fin at the tip of the handle. The beautiful line of the blade is emphasized by the striking two-tone finish. For this masterpiece, Boker chose the high performance steel S35VN. As an extra feature, the clip reflects the overall outline of this impressive piece. The ultimate knife, based on the design of a legendary knifemaker, which will inspire both the collector and the user. Blade length: 2 5/8". Overall length: 6 1/4". Weight: 4.7 oz.

Specifications:

  • Overall length: 6 1/4"
  • Blade length: 2 5/8"
  • Weight: 4.7 oz.
  • Blade material: S35VN
  • Handle material: Micarta
Check them out at OsoGrandeKnives.com.