BK16 Short Becker Drop Point Becker Knife & Tool Designs Ethan Becker founded Becker Knife & Tool in the early 1980's and set about designing, manufacturing and selling the industrial-strength tactical and survival knives that he had always wanted for himself. His products, the BK&T line, have gone a long way to making these now popular all-black knives in demand. Mr. Becker spends as much time as possible in the outdoors testing a variety of equipment and knife designs, and also works to expand his primitive and outdoor skills. He collaborated with KA-BAR in 2008 and has reintroduced and brought up to date his belt selling models.
A modestly sized field knife perfect for belt or pack carry. Includes a MOLLE compatible Cordura sheath and an extra set of brown handles.
Handle Sold seperately: KAB6-0016HNDL-6
|Knife Edge:||Plain Edge|
|Blade Length:||4.375 inch|
|Blade Style:||Drop Point|
|Knife Type:||Fixed Blade|
Just got this BK16 today from Gorilla Surplus via the courier service after a seamless order process online. It’s everything the reviewers say it is. I bought this tool based on the videos posted and all sorts of forum reviews and feedback. My concern was that cheap chinese sheath that Kabar folks contracted to the Chinese. I expected a flimsy and substandard nylon product that was gonna have to be replaced by a Kydex rendition. I was wrong. This coyote sheath is tough. The thumb snaps are solid and the retaining straps are tripled for strength. I was wrong about this sheath being wussy. I could / would /will take this combination overseas. The knife itself is flawlessly made except for that roughly finished black protective coating but a little 400 grit wet sandpaper will sort that out. Be careful unboxing your BK16, you can / may / will slice yourself. Mine is shaving sharp on my arm hairs. Life is good!!