The Boker Trench Knife is a replica of the unique blade produced by Heinrich Boker & Co. Solingen for trench warfare. This new recreation of the knife is made with Prime carbon steel featuring 0.75 percent carbon, in addition to a steel crossguard, a wooden forearm maintain and an official tang stamp – similar to those made back in 1915. Each and every knife has its own serial number to end up its standing as a real collector’s item. Prime-carbon steel is understood for its implausible hardness and skill to carry an edge. It’s more uncomplicated to sharpen than stainless-steel, and is in a position to retain its sharpness for some distance longer. The natural oak maintain supplies a robust grip, and is contoured to be used as a punch-dagger in addition to a cutting blade. Features a sumptuous leather sheath with a metal tip. These knives are proudly manufactured in Germany, similar to the unique ones in 1915. The blade is 5 ⅝-in. long and the full length is 10 in. It weighs 5.9 oz. Limited lifetime warranty. A chestnut tree is the arena famous trademark of the Boker knife manufactory in Solingen, Germany. It represents leading edge, top quality, exceptional knives, manufactured with pride, by hand, for over 145 years.
Prime carbon steel, with 0.75 percent carbon
Oak forearm maintain
Includes cowhide leather sheath with metal tip
Classic reproduction of the 1915 German trench knives
Includes serial number to end up authenticity.