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Ka-Bar Becker Necker BK11 Serrated Blade Knife

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  • Amazon exclusive Becker Necker knife
  • Exclusive tan sheath with TDI clip attached
  • Exclusive serrated blade
  • Green Micarta scaled handle

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Ka-Bar Becker Necker BK11 Serrated Blade Knife + Ka-Bar TDI Clip + Ka-Bar BK11 Becker Necker Neck Knife
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This Becker knife is offered exclusively through Amazon.com

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004898DQ2
  • Item model number: BK11AZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,274 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

My next knife will be the kabar bk16.
Robin
The sheath is serviceable for neck or belt carry(with the belt clip)but I'm surprised they didn't put a molle strap on it for attaching it to web gear.
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121 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Phoebe Hollow on March 31, 2011
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REVIEW: Becker Necker Serrated

I have a pretty expansive collection of fixed blade knives - for a girl, at least (kidding...). But the serrated Becker Necker is special. I have it on me every day. I have other neck knives - a Crawford triumph n.e.c.k fixed blade, a crkt bearclaw, etc etc - but I vastly prefer my ka-bar. I am not your standard knife fanatic - I'm a 29 year old fashion executive in Manhattan. I'm a somewhat girly girl, and I'm very petite. But I'm also trained in close combat, and rely on my knife for protection and security almost as much as I do for utility. The serrated Becker fits the bill in both ways - light, perfectly weighted, and small enough for legal concealed carry in most states, but this thing is also a monster when it comes to hacking, chopping, prying, slashing, whatever: You name it, this knife can do it.

Unfortunately, I have also had to use it to defend myself - twice. Fortunately, I am very comfortable with it and pretty well trained. It has saved my life both times. It cuts cleanly and quickly through just about anything (including people) and the serrations give it the added edge for me. Obviously, my fighting knives would be better suited for protection/use in close combat, but I dare you to find a state where a double sided blade is legal to carry (my AG Russell Stinger, while lovely, would have gotten me in trouble myself if I'd had to use it on another person. And my big Boker applegate fairbairn - forget it, you legally can't even walk out of the house with that thing. Although as a side note, the boker is the knife I train with, and it's expensive but worth every penny. That knife is my baby. But/And it can cause grave bodily harm with ease. But that's a whole different review...).
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Skip W. on April 7, 2012
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This review is for the Ka-Bar Becker Necker BK11 Serrated Blade Knife

For much of my life I have religiously carried some type of knife or edged weapon with me as a last-ditch means of personal defense or survival, should the need arise. Over the past decade or so those knives have been quality lock-blade knives from various manufacturers. Several months back I became aware that a large Texas city that I frequently travel through prohibits the possession of any type of lock-blade knife within the city limits. That law is apparently seldom enforced, except "as needed" (or as wanted), and is all but unknown to most people, even the residents. Upon discovering this information, I decided I would alter my knife carrying habits and look into small, fixed-blade knives that would serve my perceived needs and would be legal almost anywhere in the USA.

I'm a guy with somewhat large hands and fingers. I wanted a small, comfortable fixed-blade knife that would conceal easily and yet be ready for service in a short second. The knife would need to be strong, well built, and conform well to being used with either hand and drawn from any number of positions or locations I choose to wear it. After much research and discussing the issue with law enforcement friends, and others known to carry a defensive blade, I opted to purchase three knives to personally evaluate.

These knives are:
The Columbia River Knife and Tool 2515 Bear Claw Sharp Tip
The
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By chris on April 19, 2012
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I love this knife, for what I wanted it is perfect. First off I wanted the serrated version of this knife and didn't care about the crappy dulling sheath that comes with it. I use a leather/ canvas sheath I made with the little necker. I chose this version to carry as a utility knife at work. I tend to cut a lot of rope and 2'' web straps at work along with boxes and other stuff at work so the serrated BK11 works better for me.

The 3 1/4'' blade holds a nice edge and does not require a ton of attention when using or daily sharpening. I actually love the micarta scales it comes with too. Since I wrapped my Eskabar with para cord I chose to go with the micarta on this BK to closer match my Ontario Rat 3. I was caring my Rat all the time and it works good too, but lately I find myself caring my BK11AZ all the time along with my Benchmade AFO. I have used this Becker for small camping and survival task, like splitting kindling, feather sticks, even light batoning. Knife works great and holds a excellent edge, I did have to do a little sharpening on the blade to get it razor sharp but its well worth the money.

All in all I wouldn't have a problem using this Becker at work, camping, in a survival situation or even in a self defense role. I think Kabar has a definite winner in the BK11. I don't mind the shorter handle as compared to the Eskabar BK14, I own both and love them both just like the BK11AZ a little more.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ext290 on September 4, 2011
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Great knife, handle feels little small in my hand, added some paracord and called it good. Knife is lite and sharp great buy.
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