Bradley Kimura Butterfly Balisong Spear Point Knife Coyote G-10 (154CM) BCC902

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MSRP: $159.99
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  • Overall Length:8.88"
  • Blade Length:3.88"
  • Cutting Edge:3.50"
  • Blade Width:0.88"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:154CM
  • Blade Style:Spear Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Bead Blast
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.00"
  • Handle Width:1.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.54"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Brown
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:5.98 oz.
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:Bradley
  • Model:Kimura
  • Model Number:BCC902
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry, Recreation
  • Product Type:Knife


Bradley Kimura butterfly knives made a comeback at Blade Show 2018! This model has coyote brown G-10 scales and a 154CM stainless steel spear point blade. The latch is reversible so you can adjust the knife to your flipping preference. It can be taken apart with a few torx bits for easy maintenance.


  • 154CM steel for terrific edge retention and corrosion resistance.
  • G-10 handle scales that offer excellent grip.
  • Engraved blade with "Bradley Cutlery" and "First Production Run".


Customer Reviews

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Good starter bali
Derek P.
I own many knives and this is my first balisong. I think this new Kimura is the right price for the quality. The blade came razor sharp and I cannot see any imperfections with the overall knife. The pivots were a little tight and I was able to adjust them without much issue. Strangely, the torx screws are different sizes on each pivot. It seems like other buyers have had a bit of a crap shoot with quality, so I may have been a little lucky with the one I received.
Love it!
Aaron R.
The knife flips really smooth. Itís built well and feels like it can take some abuse. Besides being stiff out of the box, Iíve had no problems. Yes, the tang pin is off center but big deal. Thank you HQ for the surprise. I received it on 9/1 and I thought they werenít going to ship until mid September. Was not expecting it so I was like a kid at Christmas.
Fantastic knife
Jacob M.
I was cautious when ordering this knife because I had seen a good amount of unfavorable reviews on it. I can now say that I am pleasantly surprised to find that the knife that I got had none of the issues I had seen in those reviews. The knife is fantastic. The bronze washers produce a butter smooth flipping action. I didnít have to adjust any of the pivot screws, it was just fine out of the box. Having a great balance and overall feel to the knife, it is a great flipper. The lock is very good and solid in both the open and closed position. The blade has zero play in any direction when locked in the open position. The g10 scales are very comfortable, while still remaining quite grippy. The spine of the blade is also nicely chamfered so it feels great when flipping. In my opinion, it is a well made knife and I may even order one of the other colors in the near future.
Product review
Chris s.
Normally I dont write reviews but after reading the 2 negative reviews for the Bradley Kimura I wanted to add my input. So what is my verdict on this balisong?......freaking awesome. I was reading the comments above and yes it does come covered in oil but correct me if I'm wrong that was to prevent the rust. After a few uses the oil goes away. Now as far a play goes with the blade this thing is smooth and feels tight. Again I'm not expert but I do not feel any extra play like the previous person commented. This blade is the best bang for your buck if you are looking to have a 200-300 dollar blade for the price of 120. Will definitely reccomend to anybody.
Okay. Not great.
Ross K.
I've been into balisongs for coming up on six years now, and I'm not usually the review writing type (nor, it should be noted, am I the world's greatest flipper). However, I have some issues with the 2018 Bradley Kimura that I feel I should mention. I haven't had the knife long as of this writing but the problems were fairly obvious.
First off, the good: mine flips fine (though it started a bit stiff, it did loosen), and has a nice weight to it.
Now the issues: The latch was very loose and needed tightening (not the end of the world there). The pivot screws were dinged and scratched up pretty badly, though not a write off, I don't think. And the tang pins come farther out on one side than the other.
These all seem to be presentation issues, though. And for me none are deal breakers. Just don't expect anything close to perfection at this price point.
Oh, and great service from BHQ, as always.