Bear OPS Bear-Song II Butterfly Knife Orange G-10 (4.38" Trainer) B-201-B4-P

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Item #BHQ-10104


  • Overall Length:9.75"
  • Blade Length:4.375"
  • Blade Material:440
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Finish:Bead Blast
  • Edge Type:Dull
  • Handle Length:5.375"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Orange
  • Weight:4.80 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:Bear & Son
  • Model:Bear Song II
  • Model Number:B-201-B4-P
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Recreation
  • Product Type:-


The Bear-Song II B-201 butterfly knife from Bear Ops was designed by BladeRunnerS aka BRS. Be sure to check out the video below of the knife in action by none other than Knifezoid from BRS.

This Trainer model features blaze orange G-10 handles with a pocket clip. The trainer blade is 154-CM steel with a bead blast finish and dull edges. We have been impressed with the feedback so far, be sure to be on the look out for more BRS projects.


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Don't take apart
brice c.
This balisong is awesome, when I got it out of the box it flipped amazingly, but when I took it apart (like a dumbass) I striped most some of the screws. Eventually with enough loctite the Bali would hold together but In the end I just duct taped the handle scales together. But then I figured if I went latchless I could move the screw and pivot that holds the latch together to the safe handle it would hold together.

All together this trainer 4/5 stars if you don't take it apart. Sure the tang cups will wear out and the blade will touch the spacers but a little duct tape can fix that. Just remember, don't take apart your bear and sons balis. Oh and the pocket clip doesn't work it screws on to the scale in a particular way that it bows to far upward.
flips ok but...
Nick V.
I ordered the Bear Ops B-200 from Blade HQ have been very happy with it. I bought this trainer thinking it was going to be the same but the handles are different sizes and weight. The safe handle is about 35% slimmer than the bite handle and I can definitely notice it in the feel and balance when flipping. i wasn't too bothered by it at first but when I flip it for some time then go back to the B-200 it's like flipping a completely different bali when the whole point of this trainer was to be identical to it's bladed counterpart.
Best trainer thus far! (edit: but falling apart now :( )
albert t.
This trainer is a lot better than CCC trainers you get from amazon. Though it is 2 to 3 times the cost of some of those, it survives a whole lot better from drops onto concrete floors and extended flipping (my CCC trainers lasted two days at most before it starts getting a lot of bladeplay/tang pin issues). Secondly, it looks a LOT more tame than some of the other trainers. I don't get a second look at work when i'm flipping this. A few drawbacks straight from the box are: 1) a bit stiff - had to oil it and flip it a while to loosen up, 2) not the best QC - tang pin is a bit marred but functional on my copy. I cant complain tho; i love this thing and have no fear of droppin' it - it's a true beater trainer.

edit: i've been flipping this a ton for the past three weeks and the G10 handles around the pivot are starting to grind away :( i can see why some steel liners can help prevent this from happening. I'll still keep flipping it but it'll be inevitable that the handles will break :( Wondering if others are experiencing the same thing?
Hayden T.
As soon as I picked this trainer up, I could tell it was infinitely better than the crappy $15 trainer I bought off amazon. Despite a few cosmetic blemishes, this trainer is amazing. I would recommend this to anyone.

EDIT: It definitely needs some loctite, as the pivots are coming loose