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Ka-Bar Becker Remora Knife

by Ka-Bar
4.5 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews
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  • Used by all brances of miliary and service members
  • Great for collectors and outdoor services
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  • Overall Length: 5 1/4"
  • Blade Length: 2 1/4"
  • 440A Stainless Steel
  • Hollow Ground
  • Hard Plastic Sheath
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Product Description

The KA-BAR Becker Knife and Tool Remora is just the right size for detailed field work like capping around delicate areas. Throw it in your pack, carry it in a pocket or wear it around your neck. You never know when you'll need one.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 3.6 x 1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00373XYUK
  • Item model number: KAB0013CP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,110 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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This is a nice little American made knife...solid craftsmanship, light weight, sharp blade. It is kind of small obviously, but is nice for cleaning chile peppers, or for use as a "carryable" paring knife, or as a back up blade for hiking or camping trips. Small enough to take up virtually no room and light enough to forget it's there.
The sheath is a drawback, as mine doesn't quite fit snugly enough, and slides around ever so slightly, just enough to be mildly annoying if you have it in your pocket. No big deal though, especially if you have it in a pack or in a drawer or wherever. The blade itself is a quality little tool, and even though it has limited actual uses, I am still glad to have this one in my "arsenal of blades".
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By Ken on December 14, 2013
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If I am correct the older remoras that came with the bk9 was made in china. This one is the USA version and really sharp. It fits well in the bk9 sheath. I can see many delicate uses for it.
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This knife was my first small fixed blade knife, and as such, my first EDC. I never liked to carry folders, as they had a tendency to slip from my pocket. The folders with a pocket clip were better, but seemed unnecessarily large and bulky. This, when attached to a keychain, was always handy. I have since replaced it with an ESEE Izula (also a GREAT keychain knife).
The Remora seems to get less respect than it deserves. For some reason people always compare it to the Becker Necker or the Izula or XYZ neck knife. Compared to these, the Remora seems a bit smallish. I argue that its diminutive size is its best trait. Give a non-knife person a Becker Necker, and watch as the Becker Necker collects lint in the back of a sock drawer. Give the same person a Remora, along with the keychain recommendation, and watch as the non-knife person discovers the utility of having a knife available at all times.
Besides, compared with a Victorinox Recruit, for example, the blade is pretty burly. Compared with the best selling knife of all time, the Victorinox Classic, the Remora starts to resemble a crowbar.
There are faults, however. The sheath is much maligned. It does look and feel a bit cheap (though it is extremely low profile, unlike the ESEE Izula, and especially unlike the Becker Necker and the BRKT Bravo Necker). The steel is 440A, which usually means relatively poor edge-holding abilities, though I have not noticed any difference in this regard between the Remora and my 1095 Izula. My biggest complaint is the design oh the handle. . . it's fine for occasional use, but not very comfortable beyond that.

Summary: This knife is best compared with folding pocket knives rather than with larger fixed blades, and it works extremely well when attached to a keychain and used within reason.
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I read some unfavorable (non-Amazon) reviews of this knife, primarily because of the short handle. I bought it anyway because it is about the only knife that will fit in the secondary sheath on the outside of a Becker BK-7 main sheath. It does fit, and allow you to close the flap. That's about the only good thing I can say about this knife. I've never been a 'steel snob', as long as the blade holds an edge, but the 440A stainless in this knife looks and feels like an old butter-knife. Even with paracord wrap, I have trouble holding it firmly, let alone cutting anything tougher than a hotdog. Forget three-finger grip, I can barely get a two-finger grip. By contrast, the MTech MX-8038 (China) is made from 440C (more carbon, holds an edge longer), has G-10 grips (tacky when wet), and a tanto tip. The entire sheath for the MTech fits in the outer pouch (not the secondary sheath) of a BK-7 sheath. I'm all for buying American, but not at twice the price for an inferior product. The blister-pack the Remora comes in belongs in the camping section at WalMart. It's not a horrible knife, but I don't see $22 worth of value.
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I bought this as a companion to my BK7. It was a little smaller than I expected but it does fit nicely in the outer sheath of the BK7 as it's supposed to. It came with a good edge on it and for a little guy has a pretty thick, sturdy blade. But then, it is a Becker. I think this will be perfect for small tasks around the yard or camp that you just wouldn't want to pull a big bowie out to do like cutting cord, fine feathering for tinder etc. I am an avid small game hunter and I also raise rabbits for meat and this will be perfect for skinning smaller animals. It would also perform well I believe, as a caping knife.

The only thing I didn't like was the "neck sheath" it came with but I'm reviewing the knife not the sheath and I don't intend on using it anyway. It will ride piggy back on the larger BK. I just also got the big, BK9 so I'll probably order another one of these to go with that knife. The only other thing I may do with this is paracord wrap the handle to give it a better grip. It meets it's intended use as a companion knife to the bigger BK's to do the small jobs that they would be too unwieldy to accomplish. It is what it is.
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The Ka-Becker Remora looked like a great idea for a knife, and it is. However, the actual Remora that I received was a little bent and had a cheap feeling to it. For the price, I think this knife is overpriced for what you get. I was really disappointed that mine was bent. I probably should have sent it back, but I just forgot to do it. On the positive side, it looks like this knife could have a nice edge, and it will fit into the BK-7 and BK-9 pouches on the sheath, and that is really what attracted to me to this blade---that and the fact that it is Ka-Bar Becker. Well, this is the first time that Ka-Bar Becker disappointed me, so I guess there is a first for everything. If it was $10.00, it wouldn't be so bad, but over $20.00 is way too much for what you get.
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