Boker Magnum Fat Jack


This pocket knife has stainless steel bolsters and natural wooden handle scales. This uncompromising heavy-duty folder has liner lock construction making it easy to clean when the work is done.
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A simple, robust design, with stainless steel bolsters and natural wooden handle scales in a warm hue are the main characteristics of this uncompromising heavy-duty folder. The open liner lock construction makes the knife easy to clean when the work is done. In order to preserve the elegant look of this great tool, it doesn't have a thumb lift or flipper. Instead, the knife is opened with a nail nick. The efficient blade of stainless 440A has a durable stone wash finish. A sturdy tip-down pocket clip keeps the knife on hand in any situation.

  • Overall: 7-3/4"
  • Blade: 3-1/4"
  • Wt: 6.53 oz

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Of course you could go to YouTube FMI, but it is quite sharp out of the gift tin, holds its edge through cardboard boxes, raw meat, crusty bread. Blade is wide enough to eat from and as a non-gravity knife, serves in legally restricted areas. I have a special section of my collection and in my heart for wooded handle scales. For me, it's a keeper.
- Janice, January 11, 2020 | Verified Purchase
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