Boker Kalashnikov Push Button Pocket Knife
$39.98
$51.99
Out of Stock!

Fast and Accurate Order Processing

We offer standard, 3 day express, 2 day express, and overnight express shipping options for your convenience. If you place your order Monday - Friday by 2:00 PM EST using one of our express shipping options, your order will be processed and shipped the same day it is placed!

Applies to delivery within the 48 contiguous states only.

Out of Stock Notification



E-Mail Address: Please Send Me Free Updates via Email

  • Razor-sharp AUS-8 stainless steel blade
  • Push button opening with a flick of the wrist
  • Lightweight T-6 6061 aircraft aluminum handle
  • Powder coating for glare reduction
  • Pocket clip & lanyard hole
  • Measures: 3 1/4" blade; 7 1/2" overall


This knife from Boker Magnum has as its namesake Mikhail Kalashnikov, creator of the infamous AK-47 assault rifle. This tactical knife is designed in Germany by Dietmar Pohl, ensuring that its quality lives up to its proud German heritage. The 3.25 in. stainless steel blade is powder coated for glare reduction with a sharp edge and piercing point. Open the blade with a push of the button and quick flick of the wrist. The T-6 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum handle provides reduced weight and a firm grip.

  • AUS-8 stainless steel
  • T-6 6061 aircraft aluminum handle
  • Push button opening
  • Pocket clip & lanyard
  • 4" closed length


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

Write A Review










Customer Reviews




Nov 25, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Good Knife

I have bought 4 of these, and I found that each worked differently, but they can be adjusted with the torx screw by the button. that will stop them from not coming completely open or flopping back closed. I plan on buying more for friends for camping and fishing.

 

Jeffrey Young
Apr 19, 2015
(5 out of 5)
High quality folding knife

The Boker Kalashnikov push button tactical knife is indeed a high quality pocket knife. You know it right away when you feel it in your hand. It is all solid metal. The blade is solid and does not wobble. In its open position the blade is firm. The edge came sharp as I tested it on paper. The complaints about its push-button assist are unwarranted. You have to push the button firmly all the way in with the edge of the thumbnail and then give a hard swing/shake with the wrist and yes, the blade swings out and locks. You just have to practice a few times. This is not a switchblade and was never advertised as one. I am so impressed by this folding lock blade knife that I am seriously considering purchasing a second.

 

David
Mar 24, 2015
(1 out of 5)
Hate This Knife

I hate this knife. It's not assisted open. Worse part is that the button sticks and interfers with opening the blade. Do yourself a favor, DO NOT buy it.

 

Ken Sorensen
Jan 22, 2015
(3 out of 5)
not assisted opening

I should have read reviews, I thought it was assisted opening. With the button and picture, I was thrown off. It is a quality knife and I'm keeping it, but for my hiking pack. I'll keep looking for an assisted opening knife for everyday carry. The button is more of a safety to keep it locked, it does nothing to help it open.

 

William
May 30, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Flick takes practice

This is a good knife and I enjoy mine. Here is what I like; coated blade, handle gives a good grip, and the clip is substantial. The push button opening is ok but the fast action flick often results in the knife fully opening but not locking. Too much flick and the blade bounces back from the lock position.

 

John Burt
May 09, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Kalashnakov

The Boker Kalashnakov is a quality knife. The blade is of good steel and the handle seems durable. However, don't get it confused with the Boker Kalashnakov that is identical in appearence and is automatic. This one isn't even assisted opening. You have to master the flip for fast opening or use your free hand.

 

Bill
Nov 17, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Best pocket knife I've ever owned

I bought this knife, because of it's ease of opening. I'm 74 and my fingers don't work so well any more. It was so good and stayed sharp I bought another.

 

Timothy J Etherton
Mar 03, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Boker kalishnakov

this is the toughest most funtional very quick one handed opening blade for the money out there.I am a heavy equipment repairman and I use mine every day.Can last forever if cleaned and sharpened regularly.I love this blade.I am ordering a new one now just because its on sale and I can.I have used the one I have over 2 years.

 

1 - 8 of 8 Reviews