Boker Barlow Prime Hainbuche- Hornbeam Wood Handle 110942

Boker Barlow Prime Hainbuche- Hornbeam Wood Handle 110942

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The typical teardrop shape of the Barlow goes back to 17th-century English pocketknives, which certainly makes it one of the world's oldest knife models. The knife probably got its name from the business-savvy knife producer in Sheffield who began exporting the sturdy knife to North America around 1800. It became very popular from the start there. By the end of the 19th century, the first Barlow models appeared in the history of the Boker Manufactory.

The Boker Barlow Prime is a new interpretation with shorter bolsters and a blade of nitrogen-alloyed N690. It has a modern elongated ricasso and a slipjoint made more secure with a 90-degree lock-in when opening or closing. The bolsters and tang are made from stainless steel, while the handle scales consist of stabilized wood of the domestic hornbeam.

  • 2.76" Clip-Point Blade in N690
  • Hornbeam Wood Scales on handle
  • Slip Joint with nail nick opening
  • Bolsters and tang are stainless steel
  • Made in Solingen, Germany
Blade Material: N690
Blade Style: Clip Point
Blade Length: 2.76"
Overall Length: 6.10"
Handle Length: 3.34"
Handle Material: Hornbeam Wood
Lock System: Slip Joint
Weight: 1.94 ounces
Pocket Clip: None
Country of Origin: Germany

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Barry Gordon (sidomasque)
Boker “Barlow” Prime

Unusual shape and more a "Boy’s Knife" than a Barlow but fit, finish and action are superior. Very impressive!