For a knife to be considered tactical, it must meet some high expectations. It must be strong, easy and fast to deploy, be nimble in combat, and be efficient in utility. The The Boker Strike meets and exceeds those high expectations, and does so at a price that is near impossible to beat. Not only is the Strike a superb tactical knife, but it comes in several sizes, in a multitude of colors, and a selection of blade styles. There is a perfect Strike model to put in any pocket, from combat uniforms to blue jeans. No matter how you carry it, the Strike is ready for anything at the push of a button!
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*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 warranty the conversion/spring of these knives for one (1) year from date of purchase.
Nice grip, good texture, thin profile for a large knife,belt clip is very nice, deep Carry ,tip up tip down carry ,stone washed blade was nicely done,D2 steel on the blade is what your working with, Bowie version has a nice edge/sharp out of box, action is great, auto flip is strong, spring assistant flip when deployed, came with a nice carry case,ready to go out the box, AWSOME VALUE for $59. You can't go wrong it's a awsome value auto pocket knife for edc, when compared to company's that price knifes based half on the name. I wouldn't sleep on this knife in any form of choice, I think I'll follow up with a couple more boker auto knifes as it seems to bring a awsome value.....
You seriously can't get a Berge auto for the price! The bowie is a near perfect shape and the heavy duty construction makes for the best auto you can get for under $100, and better yet- it's still only half that...
The Boker Plus Strike is by far my favorite knife. It is strong and sharp with a quick, snappy action. The Bowie blade was just what I was looking for. Best of all, it fits my hand and gives me a a great no-slip grip. Oh, did I mention it looks good too? My wife also loves her Black Widow!
Pros: great auto action (though not as intimidating to others as the Kalashnikov), safety button, D2 steel with a nice tumbled finish, intriguing blade shape, decent ergos, great value Cons: pocket clip is a pocket destroyer, so you'll have to loosen it a bit to save from shredding your pants, no sharpening choil at the plunge line (easy to make one with a dremel)
The action on this knife is smooth, yet aggressive. Great for opening Amazon packages (be honest, that's what most of our pocket knives do), and does it in style. Make sure you keep the safety on when you're not deploying it, I've had it deploy in my pocket once. The actuation force required for it to deploy isn't much.
Got this the moment they upgraded the steel. Solid knife with a snappy deployment
Love this knife so far. No problems or dislikes at all.
This i s a great knife. Very happy with the quality and sharpness of the blade. Great gift idea!
The knife is great. It has a nicely shaped handle that’s easy to get a grip, the action is snappy and smooth, but mine came very dull. I’m not sure why but it can’t even cut paper at all. I know that’s not necessarily a deal breaker because you can sharpen it but I don’t have a sharpening system yet so that’s why I gave it 4 stars. If I owned a knife company, I would send out every knife razor sharp
This one deploys a little different than the standard Kalashnikov, doesn't have the same snap. But what it lacks there it makes up in grip, safety, overall design. This is a really good knife and on my suggested purchase and EDC list.
Solid build with D2 quality steel and a snappy automatic action. It's a no brainer. I was so impressed with the quality I've already purchased a Boker Kalashnikov. My only criticism is the safety switch is loose and rattles. I'd buy it again.
This is my first böker and i love it. I'm bleeding all over from playing with it. I just bought 3 more as Christmas presents for my son's. Awsome for the price
Love it. Knife came a little un-centered. I'd still buy another.
The quality of the Bowie D2 boker is great. I have a few Boker AK's and all are great except for the paint on the blade will drag if you cut something substantial but this stonewash finish is really nice. Love D2 and ordered the strike on day one and am very sastified
My first auto with a Bowie-style blade and in D2. Knife is about perfect size for doing a variety of tasks. Handy jimping on the back of the handle for good purchase when holding in saber-grip.Nice looking knife.Only a couple things that held it back from 5 stars. The spring could be stronger as the launch isn't very strong. The knife came in a Boker box with a seal on it. The seal was already cut so I don't know if someone returned this knife before I got it. Maybe BladeHQ opens every one to check function before shipping. All in all, a good buy. And as always, super-fast cheap shipping from BladeHQ.
I have been curious about these Boker autos for some time now and when they upgraded the steel to D2 I pulled the trigger. I like the knife for this price point. Although I have not had it for long, it seems solid with a good detent and sharp out of the box. I happen to collect knives in the $50 to $250 range, so I have no illusions about it comparing to a nice Benchmade or Spyderco etc. that costs 3 or 4 times as much. It is a bit on the heavy and large size (think full size BM griptillian or SPY manix 2 for size, but slightly heavier) but that is only a negative to someone who wants something smaller for EDC but it does not bother me as I use it with blue jeans, not dress pants.