Posted June 23, 2010 by andrew
The entire concept of the Besh-Wedge blade is pretty incredible. Rather than a typical knife with one or two sharpened sides and a point, the primary variation of the Besh-Wedge has two sharpened sides which converge into a sharpened wedge tip. It is no wonder that this design is taking the industry by storm. The actual knives are difficult to properly describe, and the pictures do not do these knives justice. You really need to see it to believe it. And at $19.95, there is no excuse to not satisfy your curiosity with the Boker Plus Besh-Wedge Neck Knife.
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More information from Boker:
Canadian knifemaker Brent Beshara is known for his unique blade style called the Besh-Wedge, which uses the full thickness of blade material completely up to the blade tip, providing maximum stability. The Applegate-Fairbairn version of the Besh-Wedge has already hit the knife scene with a bang. The Neck Wedge transfers this concept to the world of the comfortable-to-carry back up knives. The blade steel is 440C stainless, getting optimum corrosion resistance by a titanium coating. Grip enhancing G-10 scales and a Kydex sheath complete the package and provide the demanding user with a professional tactical tool.
Blade length: 4 1/4″
Overall length: 7 1/4″
Weight: 2.5 oz.