Boker Magnum LE Dagger Liner Lock Knife (4.9" Satin) 01MB102

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MSRP: $25.95
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:9.60"
  • Blade Length:4.90"
  • Blade Thickness:0.10"
  • Blade Material:440
  • Blade Style:Spear Point
  • Finish:Bead Blast
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.70"
  • Handle Material:Aluminium
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:5.10 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:Boker Magnum
  • Model:Magnum LE
  • Model Number:01MB102
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

The Boker Magnum LE is a slim EDC folding knife. It sports an unusual design with a blade that is longer than the handle. Using ingenious technology, the knife can be handled in the closed position despite the unusual proportions.

Features:
  • Satin finished 440 stainless steel single-edge dagger blade with dual guards.
  • Unique folding mechanism covers the tip of the blade when in the closed position.
  • Black anodized aluminum handle with Law Enforcement inlay shield.
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For twenty bucks, how badly could I get hurt?
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Frank B.
07-18-2017
Answer: Twenty bucks' worth.

This knife was an interesting design, and so I thought I'd give it a chance. Upon receipt, the action was gritty and rough, impossible to open with one hand, even with a wrist flick after using the blade guard to open the blade part-way.

So I lubricated the action and the knife began to smooth up. But with the first wrist flick, the thin liner lock opened past the far edge of the blade shank, jamming against the far side of the frame. There was no way to move the liner lock back to its normal position without disassembling the knife.

That corrected the problem, but the liner did the same thing on the second wrist flick.

Unfortunately, this time the star socket on the tiny frame screw stripped out. It became impossible to disassemble the knife. To send it back to Blade HQ would cost almost as much as the knife itself, even though I know the company would have been glad to stand behind the sale.

So I took my 3-pound sledge hammer to the blade and the frame, rendering the knife harmless before depositing the resulting pile of pot metal in the trash.

The only reason that I didn't give this knife a one-star rating is that I didn't expect much for $20.00. I got what I paid for.