Boker Kalashnikov Dagger Automatic Knife Mossy Oak Camo (3.25" Smokewash)

MSRP: $69.95
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Item #BHQ-37955


  • Overall Length:7.625"
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Cutting Edge:3.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:AUS-8
  • Blade Style:Dagger
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.375"
  • Handle Thickness:0.67"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Urban Camo
  • Weight:3.70 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Plunge Lock
  • Brand:Boker
  • Model:Kalashnikov
  • Model Number:01KALS12H15B
  • Country of Origin:Taiwan
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


Blade HQ exclusive Kalashnikov, with a licensed Mossy Oak Camo handle and Smokewash finished dagger blade!

The AUS8 stainless steel blade is double-edged with just one edge sharpened – the other edge is used to fold the blade closed. The ergonomically shaped handle is Mossy Oak Camo finished aluminum with molded finger grips and jimping where the handle and blade meet. Each camo pattern will vary knife to knife. The design is thin, elegant, and comfortable. The action of this knife is first rate and comparable to that of the Boker Magnum series. As with other Kalashnikov knives, this knife comes with a pocket clip for easy, tip-up carry.

Although this knife does not include a sheath, we have a selection of sheaths made specifically for Boker Kalashnikov knives:


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Mighty handy for left arm amputee
James W.
I am no knife fighter or anything like that. I did not get this as a weapon. I carry a Glock for that. With age, arthritis, and loss of an arm, this knife has proven to be an incredibly useful tool. Once switchblades became legal in Tennessee, the problem was finding a good one at an affordable price. This well made knife and very responsive company did it. Do an aging friend a favor and get them a tool that they can use. Also great for younger folk who appreciate a good knife worth more than the price. My daughter and her husband love theirs as well, as their knives are used daily on their jobs.
Boker Makes Another Quality Knife
Robert K.
I have a number of Boker knives and have been pleased with all of them. I added this knife to my collection because of my previous experience with Boker knives and the attractive price. This is a good quality knife worth more than its asking price. The previous reviewer commented on the push button for knife actuation. While I had no trouble finding the button, it was a bit stiff, I agree. Whether or not this will change with use remains to be seen. But for $40 dollars, you just can't beat this knife. I especially like the deep set the clip provides for back pocket carry. This is important to me. After a few weeks use, I will likely buy another or the same style in black.
Fatally Flawed
Robert F.
Based on materials used, fit and finish, this knife earns high marks. The blade arrived well centered, with no excess play side to side or up and down, and snaps open with authority. The Aluminum Mossy Oak finished handle looks and feels great, and the finger choils and jimping give the knife good hand feel when gripped traditionally or in a reverse grip. Unfortunately, and I do mean unfortunately as the total package seems well worth its sub $40.00 price, in an effort to avoid unintended opening, the release button is small, flush mounted, and requires a pronounced push that makes opening the knife 'eyes off' an iffy proposition. Unclipping the knife from my front pocket and using feel alone while keeping eyes on an imagined threat, I found myself pressing hard on either side of the release button and having to reposition my thumb half the time just to achieve a successful opening. This to me represents a fatal flaw which relegates this otherwise attractive package from its intended role of EDC to more of a desktop play thing. Where EDC knives are concerned, rapid and sure deployment is EVERYTHING. Were the release button larger, more pronouned, and the handle design as a whole more apt to guide your thumb to where it needs to be, this would truly be a knife well worth owning.