Here is the long awaited Becker Knives Short Trailing Point commonly known in the knife world as a "Tweener". This knife has the same handles as the BK16 and BK17 but has a trailing point blade instead of a drop point or clip point blade. The trailing point blade makes a great camp duty knife and a great skinning knife. It really excels at food preparation such as slicing meat and cutting up vegetables. The tip profile allows the knife to work very well for tasks that require piercing.
Ethan Becker designed this knife which has been a culmination of his 50 year interest in knives. While this knife is designed primarily as a slicer, it will handle most common outdoor tasks as well. It's nimble enough to handle delicate skinning chores yet robust enough to split leg joints on large game. The thumb grooves provide for excellent blade control and are not too aggressive so you don't have to worry about getting a sore thumb. The handle is contoured nicely which makes it very comfortable and provides for a sure grip. The large lanyard hole is designed so the lanyard will not be between your hand and the handle so you will not develop a sore spot on your hand. The blade features a flat grind. This is a knife you will certainly want if you hunt and/or camp out. Another nice feature is that it is very reasonably priced!
Includes a black AND brown set of handle scales.
The included sheath is made from ballistic nylon and has a plastic insert for the blade. It is MOLLE compatable and includes an accessories pocket on the front.
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