Mmmmm…matte titanium bolsters. And Micarta. Tip-down carry’s a bit of a bummer, but I could get used to it. Easily. With its 4″ 440C blade, this is what you call your full-size folder. Hubba. Oh, one other thing. We weren’t familiar with the term, ‘squail.’ Here’s what thefreedictionary.com offers: (skwāl) v. i. 1. To throw sticks at cocks; to throw anything about awkwardly or irregularly. Perhaps something was lost from the original German? . . .
Lakewood, Colorado (June 27, 2013) – Boker USA is pleased to offer the new Boker Plus Squail.
Charles Marlowe from Omaha, Nebraska, is famous for, among other things, his tactical knife designs that combine everyday functionality with elegance, without sacrificing function for appearance – attracting the most diverse knife enthusiasts. The Squail, with its blade length of 4″, definitely plays in the league of full sized folders.
The liner locking, 440C stainless steel blade features a generously sized opening, and a fine matte finish which harmonizes perfectly with the matte titanium bolsters. The handsome linen Micarta handle provides not only an elegant appearance, but a superior grip in all conditions. Also features a removable pocket clip (tip-down).
Blade length: 4″
Overall length: 9⅜”
Weight: 6.6 oz.
Suggested retail price: $154.95