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Thread: Boker Cronidur knife

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    Boker Cronidur knife

    Hi I'm thinking of buying the Boker Cronidur knife just wondering if any of you use it and reviews would be good.

    cheers
    Dan

  2. #2
    This lot sell them mty
    Boker Cronidur | Heinnie Haynes 138

    or uttings 115


    i used to use the Optima blade and gut hook set, but i found it held crud in the blade well and sometimes would not lockup so moved back to fixed blades , but boker use good steel 440 stainless , another downside for me was the blade edge degree was a pain to keep it keen and sharp with a lot of use without a jig.
    Last edited by paul o'; 23-06-2014 at 11:47.

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    If you must have a folder save for one of these:

    http://www.heinnie.com/fallkniven-pxl-ivory-micarta

    A custom-grade knive for production money albiet at the top end.

    Cannot imagine a steel that will beter maintain and and take an edge than 3G laminated stainless.

    K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klenchblaize View Post
    If you must have a folder save for one of these:

    http://www.heinnie.com/fallkniven-pxl-ivory-micarta

    A custom-grade knive for production money albiet at the top end.

    Cannot imagine a steel that will beter maintain and and take an edge than 3G laminated stainless.

    K



    Strong money there K, it would be heart breaking if it were lost !

    Better something plain and simple not to mention bright and at a

    fraction of the cost so you'd be quids in her indoors could spend

    the balance. (surprise surprise)

    EKA Swede 92 Rubber | Heinnie Haynes

    Rgds, Buck.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    Quote Originally Posted by paul o' View Post
    This lot sell them mty
    Boker Cronidur | Heinnie Haynes 138

    or uttings 115


    i used to use the Optima blade and gut hook set, but i found it held crud in the blade well and sometimes would not lockup so moved back to fixed blades , but boker use good steel 440 stainless , another downside for me was the blade edge degree was a pain to keep it keen and sharp with a lot of use without a jig.
    +1. Had a boker before and it looked great but was a pain to keeping edge on and never felt truly sharp.

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    Hmmmm have a couple of Boker fixed blade knives and have not noticed a problem in keeping the edge. Prices must have risen a lot as both of mine cost less than half of that price each.

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