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Ka-Bar Releases Short Becker Knives

April 26, 2012  | 

From top to bottom, Ka-Bar's Short Becker BK15, BK16, and BK17.
From top to bottom, Ka-Bar's Short Becker BK15, BK16, and BK17.

Ka-Bar Knives has introduced four Short Becker knives with various points and the Combat Kukri, the company announced.

The Short Becker series features the Short Becker Trailing Point (BK15), Short Becker Drop Point (BK16), and the Short Becker Clip Point (BK17). The Short Beckers feature a set of black Zytel handles and an interchangeable set of Brown Zytel handles.

The Short Beckers feature a Cordura MOLLE compatible sheath. The Trailing Point is 10 3/8 inches overall with a 5-1/2-inch blade. The Drop Point measures 9 1/4 inches overall and has a 4-3/8-inch blade. The Clip Point is 9 1/4 inches overall and features a 4-3/8-inch blade. The Short Beckers, which are designed by Ethan Becker of Becker Knife and Tool, are made of 1095 Cro-Van steel.

The Combat Kukri measures 13 3/8 inches overall and features an 8-1/2-inch blade. The Combat Kurkri has a Kraton G handle modeled after the Ka-Bar Fighting/Utility Knife line and is protected by a polyester sheath. The Combat Kukri is made of 1095 Cro-Van steel.

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