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- Type: Pocket Knife
- Overall Length: 9,02 in
- Blade Length: 3,90 in
- Blade Thickness: 0,14 in
- Weight: 6,00 oz
- Blade Material: Damascus
- Handle Material: Walnut Wood
- Opener: Thumb Stud
- Lock Type: Linerlock
- Color: Brown
- Item Number: 110192DAM
The sister ship of the legendary Bismarck was the biggest battleship ever commissioned by the German Navy. Right after the end of World War II, a Norwegian company sent experts to salvage the ship's wreck off the coast of Norway, in order to make the highly alloyed steel available for civilian purposes.
Norwegian divers retrieved parts of the armoring of the Tirpitz just for Boker. Our Damascus blacksmith took these pieces of living history and forged an exclusive and exceptional steel with a fascinating history. The mighty blade of hand-forged Damascus steel sports the pattern "Great Pyramid" in 300 layers, which makes this knife the highlight of any blade collection.
The combination of Tirpitz steel with carbon tool steel also makes for an extremely durable Damascus. With a Rockwell hardness of 61 to 63 HRC, it is equal to any everyday task. The blade is secured with a 1.5 mm thick linerlock and opens with a removable thumbstud. With a clip (tip-up). The knife comes with a high-quality transparent frame case with a certificate and serial number.
Böker Manufaktur Solingen
The famous knives with the world-renowned tree-brand are manufactured in the City of Blades Solingen since 1869. Since then, no knife left our manufactory without this sign of quality. The history of Boker has been affected by eventful times. But one thing has always been the same in more than 150 years: Our passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary knives. The Boker Knife Manufactory Solingen has developed into a global innovation leader and the largest manufacturer of Sporting Knives, Tactical Knives and Collector's Knives in Europe.
The famous knives with the world-renowned tree-brand are manufactured in the City of Blades Solingen since 1869. Since then, no knife left our manufactory without this sign of quality. The... more