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Ka-Bar BK11 Becker Necker Neck Knife

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  • Neck knife made of 1095 Cro-Van steel
  • Injection-molded, glass-filled nylon sheath
  • Compatible with TDI metal belt clip
  • Marked with Ka-Bar Becker stamp
  • Measures 6-3/4 inches; weighs 0.15 pounds

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Product Description

Product Description

The new Becker Necker is updated with 1095 CroVan steel, a redesigned sheath, and marked with the new BK&T KA-BAR stamps. A black plastic injection molded glass-filled nylon sheath and 550 cord are included. Also note that the revised sheath for the Necker was designed to work with the TDI Metal Belt Clip--this allows for easy on-and-off mounting to a belt, in a boot, or on a tactical vest.

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The Ka-Bar Becker Necker is the quintessential neck knife. The knife is made of 1095 Cro-Van steel, an easy-to-sharpen carbon steel that keeps its edge well. The Becker Necker also includes a black plastic, injection-molded, glass-filled nylon sheath that's designed to work with the TDI metal belt clip. As a result, it's easy to mount the knife to a belt, boot, or tactical vest. Marked with the new Ka-Bar Becker stamp, the Necker is a true high-quality performer.

Specifications

  • Stamp: Ka-Bar Becker
  • Edge angle: 15 degrees
  • Blade: 1095 Cro-Van steel
  • Shape: Drop point
  • Pocket clip: N/A
  • Lock style: N/A
  • Grind: Flat
  • Handle material: N/A
  • Blade length: 3-1/4 inches
  • Overall length: 6-3/4 inches
  • Weight: 0.15 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3 x 1.5 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001N1CBB6
  • Item model number: BK11
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (264 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,669 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It was quite sharp right out of the box and it holds an edge well.
Del
I used the paracord to wrap the handle, put zip ties through the holes in the sheath so they would work as a belt attachment, and the knife itself is great.
Rudy
Perfect knife to have as a backup whenever hiking, camping, or for any other use.
John Paul Martinez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By E Russ on February 25, 2010
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1095 steel in a great competitive package.
This knife is a great size to carry daily, and I have no problem concealing it. The bottle opener works great. I have taken it camping and used it to make feather sticks as well as remove from bark from a sweet gum sapling for a skewer. I also used it for splitting down (small) cedar logs for kindling. It remained shaving sharp those normal camp tasks. I have also done a few different 550 para cord wraps on the handle, and it feels great in hand when wrapped. As a collector of knives (ranging from $20 to $400+) this is one of my smarter purchases.
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By JR Plaza on May 8, 2010
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It's ~2 ounces and provides a world of function. This knife is an almost perfect trail companion. The blade itself is an excellent length and shape for everyday carry in the woods or around the workplace. The grind is flat and the spine of the blade is strong enough for prying tasks that I wouldn't attempt with a folding knife. I recommend that you purchase a belt clip for the plastic, open bottom sheath and finding some material for a handle wrap. Out of box, the bare metal handle is uncomfortable for medium-large size hands, unless you place your index finger along the back of the blade. You can purchase after market, micarta scales for this knife which leave the bottle opener/wire breaker exposed. I believe that an even fuller sized handle would make this blade more comfortable/functional. The after-market, micarta scales may be fine, but my plan is to build a custom "micarta" handle from resin and canvas which will cover the full length of the tang. Some people recommend wrapping the handle with parachord. Even though a parachord wrap makes the knife more comfortable to use and visible around the camp site (if you use brightly colored chord), it's still an addition which retains blood, grime, and bacteria. I want a tool which cleans fully and easily. Add a nice micarta or custom wood handle along with a brightly colored lanyard and you have all of your bases covered on a ~$30 "survival knife," which is functionally of superior quality and value.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Hoyt on February 27, 2010
I have a thing for fixed blade knives. I like their simplicity. They don't get clogged up with pocket lint and there are no moving parts to break. However, many of the knives that I like are simply too big for daily use. Additionally, most fixed blade knives aren't very discrete. A 5" folder doesn't make people nervous, but it you carry a small fixed blade knife on your belt, paranoid soccer moms call the cops. A neck knife is an obvious choice, but many of them are too dinky.

The Becker Necker is just right for daily carry. It is small enough to be a neck knife, yet big enough to be worth a damn. I wear XL gloves and it fits nicely into my hand, especially with my trigger finger along the spine, my most common grip. I guess if you have huge hands or thick fingers, it might not feel right. The steel takes a sharp edge. The edge needs to be oiled occasionally to prevent corrosion from dulling it. The sheath is very secure and can be carried whatever way you prefer: neck, belt, boot or kit. Some report that it is hard to get out of the sheath, but I haven't had any problems. The blade has a good belly for its length, so it will be a good skinner. This knife is too light for chopping and I don't think I'd use it as a pry bar. I wrapped my Necker's handle with gutted para-cord. If you routinely use it for messy stuff like skinning, I'd skip the wrapping. I've had no occasion to use the bottle opener yet, but that function is like a garter belt under a prom dress... it is sexy just knowing it is there.
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful By JelicoCat on October 12, 2009
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This is a perfect neck knife for it's function. It's light but not to small, a perfect companion to my Gerber LMF II. When I'm out in the woods I have this knife. It locks into the sheath and stays there till I need. It's not the only knife I carry but it's the knife I always carry.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Berry VINE VOICE on January 30, 2010
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This is a fantastic little knife. It's very light, and the sheath fits it perfectly. I use this knife camping and carry it in my vehicle. For the money, I don't think you can beat it.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By M. Swaim on April 4, 2010
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This knife reminds me a great deal of a vastly improved version of a WWII era Army mess kit knife. Only this Becker Necker is tougher and has a wonderful sheath that's secure enough for inverted carry. In fact, once clicked in place the knife is secure enough that I have no qualms about simply shoving it in a pocket or pack with no worries that it'll come out and inadvertently cut me. To me the greatest weakness of many fixed blade knives in this general category is the sheath, but in this case the sheath is perhaps the knife's greatest attribute. I figure the really secure, compact, tough sheath is probably worth half to two thirds the asking price, which means the knife itself is really a song.

I've found this knife equally at home on the farm, in the field and in the kitchen. It's a minimalist approach to an everyday fixed blade and it works. In this category I like the Bill Moran Spyderco fixed blade better for it's ergonomic cushioned handle, but one could think of the Becker as a slimmed down version of that famous Moran for half the price.

Even after being batoned through a dozen one inch pieces of hickory kindling the little Becker had no problem doing kitchen prep work after just a few strokes on a pocket hone. Like all 1095 knives it sharpens up very easily. The finish will come off with hard use over time, but it's surprisingly tough. Recommended.
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