Boker Plus Strike Drop Point Automatic Knife (3.25" Stonewash) 01BO400N

MSRP: $79.95
Our Price: $37.95
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Item #BHQ-32040


  • Overall Length:7.875"
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:AUS-8
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.625"
  • Handle Thickness:0.50"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:4.70 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Down, Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Automatic
  • Opener:Push Button
  • Lock Type:Plunge Lock
  • Brand:Boker Plus
  • Model:Strike
  • Model Number:01BO400N
  • Country of Origin:Taiwan
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry, Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife


The Boker Strike is back and better than ever with an upgraded custom coil spring that provides soul-satisfying automatic action!

The Boker Strike is a slim and sleek automatic conversion knife with swift push-button action. It joins the other popular Boker auto models and offers its own special blend of attractive qualities. It has a textured aluminum handle with sturdy stainless steel liners and is designed with a dedicated index finger groove and thumb groove for excellent ergonomics. As noted, the push button releases the blade with a strong precision-fit coil spring and a simple push of the button allows you to return the blade to the closed position. Just beside the firing button is a safety slide to prevent misfires. Everyday use is accommodated with a deep, reversible tip-up or down carry pocket clip. The drop point blade on the Boker 01BO400N is stonewashed AUS-8 stainless steel.

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Customer Reviews

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Good EDC
Mitchell M.
I think I like this one better than the AK74 Bokerís.
Only been using a couple of weeks but so far is working great for me.
Good knife
Michael T.
This seems to be a durable, well built knife with a nice heft. The action is smooth and quick for such a heavy blade and the lockup seems solid with no blade play. The button is a touch gritty, but that should smooth with use. I like the knurled button surface.

The blade wasn't super sharp but a few licks on a crock stick fixed that. Blade centering is good and I love how the button lock is tight and slides into place with an audible click. I think its position is positive and will not slide with pocket carry.

When I first deployed the blade, my grip on the knife felt precarious and unsafe in spite of the nice scale texturing and handle configuration.

I switched the pocket clip to tip-up carry mode and now my grip on the knife is firm and solid. Why the clip comes configured in the tip down position in the first place is a mystery to me..

I added a short lanyard for draw and am happy with the knife so far. The knife seems rugged and able to stand up to hard use, but time will tell.

I might also mention I bought two of these. The one pictured here for EDC and the serrated tanto model for carry in the truck glove box because.... you never know.
Crisp clean and comfortable
Michael M.
I bought this knife looking for a new EDC (legally of corse). It came in a nice box with a magnetic latch and a seal that was broke which leads me to believe it was inspected by Bladehq before they sent it to me. It didn't come razor sharp but plenty sharp for general use. It has nice texture and feels really good in the hand for me. I like the deep pocket clip as this is the first knife iv had with such. It has a crisp action and a relatively quick open. The button was a little gritty but it seems to be smoothing out with use. Honestly for the price you can't go wrong. Good solid weaight with no blade play. Centering was a little off but nothing drastic when closed. Overall I gave this knife a 5 out of 5 for what it is and it's cost. Compared to nicer knives in the benchmade, microtech category is still give it a solid 3.75-4 out of 5. Worth the money.
William B.
I bought this knife before Christmas and it has not held up to daily use at work and on the farm. While the action is great and it seemed to hold an edge well, the blade has become loose and will not tighten up. The pivot pin appears to have separated from to handle and can easily be pushed from side to side. I only used this knife for about 3 weeks and it was not abused in any way.
Best Auto for under $50!
Michael R.
Purchased the stonewash black for my father for Christmas. After using his for five minutes, I knew I needed one for myself. Beautiful stonewash blade with a smooth automatic action.
Good knife
Chris G.
The action was slow when I got it. I put some oil on it and have played with it for a week now. It's not as fast as the Kalashnikov but is adequate. It's a heavier blade, and that might be the issue. Its sharp as Hell and has a great feel. I've been cutting cardboard and heavy plastic straps and it hasn't lost the edge yet. The safety works well. I would buy this knife again.
Great Knife
Jeff C.
I read the poor reviews, then I noticed that in the description it mentioned that a new custom coil spring has been added. Wow what a difference. The knife opens so fast it almost flies out of your hand. The quality and craftsmanship are first rate. The blade is centered nicely, the clip lets the knife ride low in your pocket. The safety stays put until you move it and the release button is smooth and positive. The stonewash blade finish is nice looking in contrast with the black handle. The best $38 I've ever spent on a knife.
Awesome Knife
Heather B.
I really like the stonewash finish on this great piece of art. Fits great in the hand no matter which way you put it - point up or point down. I was a little hesitant on purchasing due to reviews and I'm glad I bought this, I don't always listen to what other people say. I would / will definitely buy another. For the price, how could it hurt to buy one even if it did suck? I also see no problems with the spring like others have stated. Blade IS a wee bit loose (wiggle) but I can live with it, this knife is for work so it is gonna get the crap beat out of it.
Pretty knife
Francisco H.
I have had the knife for about 4 days. I liked it until it took a shit on me. I went to pull it out of my pocket and after unlocking and pushing the deployment button, I got nothing. First time boker ever gave me problems.
Fantastic knife , but poor auto
Judy Y.
I love everything about this knife, other than the fact that I can open a Buck 110 manual without a thumb stud, faster than the auto feature of this knife. I also have the same knife in the tanto. It's 4 times faster and lighter, just wish this one was as fast.
Decent auto for the price
Nate M.
The fit and finish is expected for a high value automatic. I can see light through the scales and liners though that doesn't bother me that much my biggest problem with it is there's no washer on the spring side between the liner and the blade so there's quite a bit of blade play side to side even if I tighten it down all the way and if I do that the deployment is too slow because the blade rubs against the liner if there was some kind of washer for it to remove the play I would rate it 4 stars.

Pros: handle texture, blade shape, deep carry clip. Cons: blade play, heavy for its size.
Nice knife ergonomics but weak spring action
Mark S.
I bought this knife because I like the size and the blade geometry. Feels more substantial the 74s. But, it doesn't fire nearly as hard as a 74. Maybe a weak knife spring? It is normal? Not sure but was thinking of trying to upgrade to a stronger spring. Also, I wish they would have recessed the firing button so you wouldn't need a safety.