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Ka-Bar BK-22 Becker Companion Fixed Blade Knife with HD Polyester Front Pocket Sheath (5.25-Inch)
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- 100% Synthetic
- Used by all branches of miliary and service members
- Great for collectors and outdoor services,Tested to ensure quality and durability
- Becker 22 Second Generation "Companion" Fixed Blade Knife with HD Sheath
- Overall length of 10 1/2" with a straight edge 5.25" blade
- Comes with the new heavy-duty Polyester front pouch sheath
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Becker companion fixed blade all black knife designed by Ethan Becker who set about designing, manufacturing, and selling the industrial strength tactical and survival knives that he had always wanted for himself.
Used by all branches of miliary and service members
Great for collectors and outdoor services,Tested to ensure quality and durability
Becker 22 Second Generation "Companion" Fixed Blade Knife with HD Sheath
Overall length of 10 1/2" with a straight edge 5.25" blade
Comes with the new heavy-duty Polyester front pouch sheath
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This obviously is not a hunting or butter knife. Could easily be used as either.
Want a survival knife, this is the one.
Want a hunting knife, buy one.
This thing can take a beating. Just for the heck of it I carry a hatchet. No point in taking your Corvette on a forest service road.
It is a big knife. I have a big hand and this fits. A few pieces of anti slip tape on the handle work great.
The small Lansky sharpener fIts nicely in the pouch.
I like the sheath.
Just buy it.
-Replacement scales are easily available
-holds a good edge for a good period of time
-1095 CroVan is great steel
-extremely comfortable grip
-flat pommel is handy
-hex screws are sturdy and don't strip. Nice touch!
-heavy enough to do light chopping
-batons like a boss!
-front pocket on nylon sheath is handy
-HEAVY! Not something you would want to whittle with for hours! lol
-Does not excel at finer cutting tasks
-Thich edge geometry will lead to difficulty in sharpening down the road.
-Rough blade coating sucks, and it scratches off... I hate blade coatings
-2 nylon retention straps are difficult to snap (straps too tight), not to mention 2 is overkill, also straps don't move out of the way and are easily cut when drawing the knife from the sheath.
Overall, I would highly recommend this knife.
Update; I wanted to add some information about this knife after having also purchased a Buck Frontiersman elsewhere. Both are good knived, but I have to say that I much prefer this knife. The blades are not dissimilar in size and function, but the blade on this knife definitely has a more smooth and clean finish. Also, the handle is a lot more functional. The handle scales that come on this knife are OK, but one can purchase, as I did, micarta handle scales and simply interchange them. The micarta handle gives the knife a nice appearance and they are very functional. In addition, the sheath that comes with the Ka-Bar BK-22 is very functional. Not so with the other knife.
Both are well-made, functional knives. Both made in the USA. However, for my money, this Ka-Bar is much the better of the two.
It's a brute of a knife -- a mammajamma. I've used it for chopping, prying, cutting everything from fish line to fence wire, scraping metal signs, splitting kindling, hammering stakes in the ground, broke a car window (not emergency), impromptu pruner for tree limbs. Sharpened it and repeat. Simply put, this knife is a good 'ol American product that just works!
I am 6' 3", weigh 230 pounds and have big hands. The only thing I even hesitate to say is a slight negative is it's just a tad short. Add 1 1/2 to 2 inches and you'd have perfection. I still love the knife AND the sheath. Knowing what I do I would not hesitate to purchase again.
The sheath, however, is not the best. It gets the job done, and holds the knife in securely when you snap the handle straps, but it is almost impossible to get the handle straps to snap shut! I am still not sure that it will ever be easy. The straps are very thick and robust, but that also means that they probably won't stretch much, and they really need to. There is no other retention for the blade.
tl; dr: I like the knife a lot, but the sheath could use some work.
Edit: updated my opinion of the sheath once I broke it in a bit and got the snaps to close.