This Blade HQ Exclusive Mini Kalashnikov variation is inspired by the World War Two era Curtiss P-40 Warhawk fighter plane. It has a yellow firing button, red deep carry pocket clip along with a blade featuring the iconic shark face to complete the throwback design.Features:
In 1947, Mikhail Kalashnikov completed development of a rifle designed to arm millions of Soviet soldiers. It is now known as the AK-47 and remains in active use to this day, being the most manufactured rifle in history. It is so loved because it gets the job done, is very economical, and keeps ticking, no matter what you throw at it. The Boker Kalashnikov knife is inspired by the iconic weapon, with a simple design, no frills, and maximum functionality. The Kalashnikov is made of high-performance, high-value materials. It has a strong lock, dependable action, and a handle that just wants to go to work. The Kalashnikov truly is a knife that makes its namesake proud!
*Automatic conversion knives are retrofitted by a third party to accept a coil spring. The factory warranty on these knives is void, but we do have a warranty for the conversion/spring of these knives for one (1) year from date of purchase.
really snappy and the design is amazing with a decent factory edge love this tiny thing
This is a great little automatic knife from Boker. The action is very snappy and clean. My only gripe with this knife is that it's not very sharp from the factory. I've had knifes costing less that were sharper when new. Other than that I love it.
I've had other Boker autos, but this is my very first Kalashnikov. I love the look and color variant of this little guy. So much that I ordered the full size model as soon as I opened it. The action is snappy, as to be expected with a Boker auto. I would normally give this guy a 4 or 4.5, but it does have issues. I understand that it's a budget blade, but whoever is in charge of quality control should probably reconsider their employment options The blade was incredibly dull upon opening, and easily got snagged on paper when cutting. It was basically unusable and required immediate reprofiling and sharpening. The initial factory grind on the factory edge was wavy and uneven.