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Ka-Bar Becker Combat Bowie Knife

$105.99 List price:

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A synthesis of Becker's trademark ergonomic handle design and a traditionally profiled American Bowie style blade, Ka-Bar Becker Combat Bowie Knife has proven to perform will during extended periods of use with less user fatigue than most other knives in its class. It is a useful performer in a variety of combat and fieldcraft chores.

  • 1095 Cro-Van Steel Blade
  • Grivory handle
  • Includes Polyester Sheath
  • BLADE STYLE: Clip Point
  • HRC: 56-58
  • BLADE LENGTH: 9.00"
  • OVERALL LENGTH: 14.75"
  • Made in the USA




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  1. This Is A Beastly Knife 5 Star Review

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    This knife had a weight to it, the pictures don't do it justice. Don't expect to use it far away from you're body, this is for close in chopping and stabbing. The handle leaves a bit to be desired though, I couldn't get a grip on it. I fixed this by braiding para-cord around it, better than ever know. Lastly, this knife is deceptively sharp so really watch out. I sliced two of my fingers and a hand when it fell out of the sheath and the box upon opening so watch out. It took several hours (about 6) to stop bleeding. This is even with a pressure bandage so, seriously, watch out.

  2. Lt.Col. 5 Star Review

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    To eric and other who may buy this knife. 1095 Corvac is not stainless steel. 1095Corvac is a high carbon steel with a small amount of chromium and vanadium added and it will rust.The ka-bar becker is still great knife that just needs little tlc to keep it that way.

  3. Excellent For The Field 5 Star Review

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    Bought this knife for my tour to afghanistan. I've never had to use it on a person though i'm sure it will do the job just fine. So far it had been an excellent companion. It holds an edge very well but be warned, this knife requires maintenance. For the first couple months of owning this knife it actually began to develop a few rusty spots, so I hit it with some clp, scrubbed it down, honed the edge, and sheathed it. I don't know if it was the climate I was in or what, but stainless steal shouldn't rust. But it hasn't developed any more spots since then and I only have to hone the edge every two months or so to keep it sharp. Other than the maintenance aspect it is excellent for preparing food in the field. Good for lopping off tree branches. Etc. Definitely not a requirement for you're tour but an excellent knife to keep in you're pack if you're going on long range missions.