Boker Solingen Stockman Classic Buckskin Bone 117474BK

Model: BO-117474BK
Manufacturer: Boker
Out of stock


The Stockman is a classic folding knife pattern with an iconic three-blade combination and slip joint construction that delivers timeless functionality. This high-quality interpretation from Boker knives of Germany employs a polished carbon steel blade with classic etch traditionally reserved for premium knives. The Stockman handle sports dual nickel sliver bolsters and brass liners for a traditional slip joint construction. This version comes with smooth Buckskin Bone scales for a sleek yet rugged, just what you want in a classic design. A winner for users and collectors alike.

Brand new, direct from Boker Knives, Solingen Germany.

Blades: The Solingen Stockman sports three blades: a single, long clip point blade executed in polished carbon steel with a tradition nail nick and snappy, slip joint operation. The full flat grind makes this a very functional and utilitarian blade for users while collectors will be pleased with the visual appeal of the classic Tree Brand logo etch contrasted with the bright, polish finish. The second blade is a robust Sheepsfoot good for all around utility and the third is a traditional Spey blade that has a more robust tip and plenty of cutting edge for heavier use.

Handle: Dual, brushed nickel silver bolsters and smooth Buckskin Bone scales are mounted to brass liners with stainless steel pins offering a sleek and classic handle. This is a generously sized, comfortable handle built for serious use while retaining a beautiful aesthetic. The front scale is embellished with the Boker Tree Brand Shield. A stainless steel back spring delivers smooth yet snappy operation on both of the blades.


Overall Length 6.97"
Blade Length 2.94"
Sharpened Length 2.59"
Blade Thickness 0.08"
Blade Material Carbon Steel
Blade Type Carbon
Blade Rockwell 55-58 HRC
Closed Length 4.04"
Handle Thickness 0.51"
Handle Material Bone
Bolster(s) Nickel Silver
Liner(s) Brass
Weight 3.00 oz.
Country of Manufacture Germany