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Boker Magnum Pioneer

Ed Jelley
Boker Magnum Pioneer

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There's plenty to like about old school knives, but all too often, they lack the practicality of modern folders. Boker's Magnum Pioneer pocket knife updates the classic hunting knife design with features you'd expect to see on an EDC knife today. Boker drops the wooden handles and brass bolsters commonly seen on this style of knife for black micarta and stainless steel. Micarta adds extra grip to the handle, while the stainless steel bolster adds durability. The Magnum features both a pocket clip and lanyard hole to give you more carry options than most traditional knives. Opening the knife with one hand is easy thanks to thumb studs on both sides of the blade, while a sturdy liner lock system keeps it all in place. Although the Pioneer’s drop-point blade measures in at a conservative 3⅛”, its broad belly and curved cutting edge make it ideal for camping, hiking, hunting, and everyday use. Add one of these versatile (and affordable) blades to your carry via the link below.

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Discussion (4 total)

Mike ·
Wonder how this blade holds up against work tasks.
Richard Young ·
On the plus side it's cheap enough & probably good enough for normal use. On the minus, it's 440 steel which can be anything from an inch to a mile in quality. I mention this only because of the hunting knife reference, while I own liner locks, I wouldn't trust one in hunting or hard use. In these cases, I'd prefer a lock back (Buck 110) or a frame lock such as a Sebenza. With more areas mandating that knives be concealed (Chicago & NYC) & no doubt more to come, the pocket clip is becoming a negative at least in some areas/
If they don't explicitly state which 440 steel they're using, odds are it's 440A. At least it's quality American steel and 440A is great at resisting saltwater.
Richard Young ·
Will concede it;s being American made & it's no doubt salt & water resistant. Anything else is a guess. If it's American made, to avoid an argument I'll concede it's probably OK for normal use..