BECKER KNIFE AND TOOL BK11 BECKER NECKER. CUTLERY SHOPPE

BK&T BK11 Becker Necker - 3.25" 1095 Cro-Van Blade

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SKU:
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UPC:
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Becker Knife & Tool BKT - BK11 Becker Necker

Just like Ethan Becker is the quintessential knife guru, it only makes sense that the BK11 Becker Necker is the quintessential neck knife.

Updated with 1095 Cro-Van steel, a redesigned sheath, and marked with the new BK&T KA-BAR stamps, the Necker is the same quality performer it has always been...only better.

MOLLE compatible black hard plastic sheath with adjustable locking tab and 550 cord included. Also note that the revised sheath for the Necker was designed to work with the TDI Metal Belt Clip, #1480CLIP. This allows for easy on and off mounting to a belt, in a boot, or on a tactical vest.

    Features:
  • Category End Use: Tactical/Hunting/Survival/Neck Carry
  • Knife Type: Fixed Blade
  • Blade Shape: Drop Point
  • Blade Steel: 1095 Cro-Van
  • Rc hardness: 56-58
  • Blade Length: 3.25"
  • Blade Thickness: .165"
  • Length Overall: 6.75"
  • Handle Material: N/A
  • Carry System: MOLLE Compatible Hard Plastic
  • Weight, Knife: 2.9 oz.
  • Weight, Sheath: 1.3 oz.
  • Country of Origin - Knife: USA
  • Country of Origin - Sheath: Taiwan

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  • 4
    A Boot Knife with many different applications.

    Posted by Martin Shapiro on Nov 21st 2010

    I intend to use this as a boot knife, once I get the clip that will allow it to attach itself to a boot. It's quite sharp, and I've chosen to wrap the paracord around the handle, giving myself a better grip and stopping the rattling of the knife within the sheath. Not too much stealth involved if your bootknife gives you away before you're even close. Certainly a design flaw but most likely a defective sheath. It's a lot of knife for the money,
    and although I was thinking primarily of a double edged blade, I think this one will be sturdier than most, and have many more applications than a standard boot knife which tends to be thinner, and more fragile. My other Becker is a 9" Bowie, and an incredible blade, which seems to be able to do anything. I have a feeling that this little Necker was a wise choice.