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Becker Magnum Camp
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- '8 hohe Klinge aus Karbonstahl mit Bezug schwarz matt
- Schwarzer Griff Zytel Küchen-/
- Komplett mit hartschale aus Kunststoff-Ummantelung
- Hergestellt in den USA
- Gewicht: 340.2 g
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Becker Messer Magnum Camp Knife. Grï¿½ï¿½e: 34.92 cm Gesamtlï¿½nge. Klinge Grï¿½ï¿½e und Typ: 20,32 cm voller Tang. Klingenmaterial: 1095 Kohlenstoffstahl mit schwarzen Finish. Griffmaterial: Schwarzes Polyphthalamide. Mantel: schwarz Nylon Gï¿½rtel mit Taschen geeignet. Gewicht: 544gr
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I removed the handles, stripped the finish and put a forced patina on the blade by boiling it in vinegar, before strategically blobbing mustard on it. Then I put on aftermarket micarta handle scales, a paracord lanyard and I bought an aftermarket, dangler sheath.
It shaves feather sticks with ease and batoning through firewood is no problem.
I've also used the back of the blade to scale a 4 lb bass, and then filleted the fish with the same knife.
It's a nice blade in the kitchen. It makes short work of melons or meat.
I like the trailing edge. It makes a nice skinning blade (for large game) and if I need to use it for self defense I'm sure it will excel there too.
I imminently took the handles off and stripped and blued it.--> The real reasons why I knocked one star off my rating: Under all of that black paint the blade profile was very accurately but cut with a coarse ruffing mill and the zytel scales are hollow. That would be OK if I don't mind the epoxy paint cover up an it weren't for the fact that it is a knife. Since I don't like my knife getting wedged and stuck while doing routing cutting tasks, I had to regrind the blade profile, starting with 40 grit.
Cut 3/4 off the hammer butt and made a practical set of wooden handles and a nice little leather sheath. Attached to my belt, it now fits in my back pocket with an inch to spare. If a 400lb starship trooper and his humvee falls out of the sky and wants to bitch about how he can't make enough power to defeat a Kevlar vest with my knife, I'll tell him that he can teleport himself back to Europa and buy his own knife.
Wickedly sharp and holds an edge better than any knife I've ever seen. I've got $400 and $500 knives that don't cut this well or hold an edge this well. I think I just got an uncommonly good one. Surely all the BK5's can't be this good.
(EDIT: I have now acquired a second BK5. It holds an edge like the first. Either they are all amazing, or I got them each out of the same great production batch.)
Great steel, heat treat, edge geometry. It CUTS!
Lightweight, especially for its size.
Backed by a great company.
It can't chop. There's no reason to carry a knife this big and put up with the bulk unless it can replace your hatchet. This thing doesn't have the weight to chop wood.
The handle is a little slippery.
I am not crazy about the finger choil.
Bottom line: It cuts beautifully, but unless you get lucky like I did, you will be getting a big, slightly clumsy knife and you would be better served with something much smaller. This WOULD make a dandy fighting knife, as its curved blade, length, and light weight would serve you well in that capacity.
I also have a 7, 9, 11, 14, and 16.
All are outstanding knives that fill different roles.
The BK-5 falls between the 7 and 9, length-wise, but handles like a much smaller blade.
The trailing point design creates a very long slicing edge that is fantastic for food prep. The finger choil, (not present on most Becker blades), allows one to choke up for much finer tasks that you might not think of performing with a knife of this size.
The unsharpened false edge does shave a bit of weight off the blade, but is not very forgiving on batons.
As with every other Becker, the nylon sheath leaves a bit to be desired, but for the price you really can't complain too much.
It is my understanding that this model has been discontinued and what is being sold right now is factory back stock. That makes sense because the both the "KaBar" and "BK 5" designations on the blade are the old-style stampings, as opposed to the newer laser engraving.
For $52 at the time of my purchase, I feel like this is perhaps the BEST VALUE for a knife I have ever purchased!
I'd buy a few more if I could afford to right now, but you really only need one.