Another solid design from maker Boris Manasherov and Boker Knives comes the Wildcat Flipper! This is fine Karambit execution all-around with tough D2 blade steel, ergonomic G10 handle scales and a ball bearings pivot system
The Blade: A wicked modified tanto-styled blade that looks like a rhino horn's upper piercing tip for backup. A very clean, sharp 3 inches of cutting edge to work with and two opening options. An elongated thumb hole window cutout or an integral flipper tab. Either way, you're flying on smooth as silk bearings. A shimmering satin finish takes this beast to the next level.
The Handle: 3D machined black G10 handle scales are sculpted and contoured to have three different levels for ultimate comfort. It fills any medium to large palm with the levels cradling each finger of your grip. Full skeletonized stainless steel liners provide the base and solid lock up. A notched backspacer extends out the bottom as a finger ring for forward or reverse grips.
The Wildcat Folder from Boker Plus offers desirable materials, great flipping action and very nice overall fit 'n finish. It includes a deep carry, reversible tip up pocket clip for right or left hand use.
|Blade Material||D2 Tool Steel|
|Country of Manufacture||China|