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I'd like to see the old 307 large stockman back.
And the Solitaire 302 was too perfect of a little pocket knife to be discontinued.
Any hopes for a 4" BK62?
Mine is great in AUS8 and must have one in D2.
Like the colors too.
I hope that sheath design catches on with the other Beckers.
That would be a great sheath for a BK16. I'd buy another just for the sheath.
Retooling the 300 series?
Would it be too much to ask for the large 4 1/4" stockman? Oh, and flat grind.
I save the spey blade for skinning squirrels.
Just wonder how these two compare for all-around outdoor use.
I know the answer is probably get both.:)
I've heard of the Gerber Baby maybe your little guy will be known as the Becker Baby.
Cute baby and the knife isn't bad either.
Only among knife nuts would that pic's response be, "Aw, ain't that cute."
Anyone else would hear the Psycho shower scene music playing in the...
A BK14 with a warncliffe blade...and a slightly longer handle.
If it reaches the bottom of the peanut jar, does that mean it is a survival knife?
Something that exists only in my mind.
"I have a dream..."
BK 62 Companion, shrink the BK62 and have about 3 1/2" blade.
Think of something similar to the BK14 but a more hand filling grip.
Saw teeth and can opener on the spine? ;)
I think I'm more excited about the release of the upcoming BK62 Companion, I hear it is a little more compact and has about a 3 1/2" length...
Very nice, and I bet it cuts above its weight.
Love the modifications, those scales have a great color.
Hey, thanks a bunch!
I don't know how I missed that as much as I've drooled over these threads.
I really like my BK14 but I always wish the scales/handle was about 1/2" longer.
One day I'm going to find the right piece of wood and correct...
It would be interesting to see a 62 beside a BK16.
Hint, hint, hint...
I think that is one of the advantages of a spear point. It gives a lot of flat cutting edge but enough functional belly and point.