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Ka-Bar Dozier Hunter Mini

18+
€28,04
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This small folding knife is just the right size. It fits perfectly in your hand and in your pocket for any number of domestic or outdoor chores. It has a AUS 8A stainless steel blade and a Zytel handle in a choice of either black or pink.
SKU:
KA4072-$$
Brand:
Ka-Bar
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.0000
Overall Length:
14.6000
Blade Material:
AUS 8A Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
2.3
Sheath:
No
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel®
Product Weight:
32
Lock Type:
Back Lock
Newest:
2014-05-15 15:38:59
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
24.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


This small folding knife is just the right size. It fits perfectly in your hand and in your pocket for any number of domestic or outdoor chores. It has a AUS 8A stainless steel blade and a Zytel handle in a choice of either black or pink.

Specification


SKU:
KA4072-$$
Brand:
Ka-Bar
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.0000
Overall Length:
14.6000
Blade Material:
AUS 8A Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
2.3
Sheath:
No
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel®
Product Weight:
32
Lock Type:
Back Lock
Newest:
2014-05-15 15:38:59
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
24.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Reviews


  • 4
    Perfect* small pocket folder

    Posted by Alijami on 5th Jun 2017

    * if made non-locking Accepting that it's lighter duty (linerless) than other options this is a cracking pocket carry. A breeze to make non-locking because there is only a single pivot to remove and no washers to lose or struggle to replace. I've also removed the pocket clip, again just a single screw. Undecided whether to feed a single paracord through the lanyard hole or a fit a split-ring and then double loop paracord. Tried both and still undecided. As nonthreatening as possible blade geometry. Deducted a star because my Byrd Robin is probably better value. Certainly more metal including liners. So horses for courses, most days the Ka-bar is carried, the Robin if I want slightly more capability.

  • 5
    Great Knife Greater Service

    Posted by Eddie on 15th Mar 2017

    I have a number of pocket knives that I would carry on a daily basis old habits die hard. I was looking through the site as I believe you can never have two many knifes. (Don't tell the wife) I noticed this little folder and thought I would give it a go as it was very reasonable priced. If I am honest I wasn't expecting a lot but was pleasantly surprised when I received it. Sharp blade good solid click when locking and easy to close no play I the blade. Don't even notice it in the pocket and will do anything I need it to do. I removed the pocket clip and put on a small lanyard and has become one of the first things I reach for in the morning when getting ready for work. Yes there are better and more expensive knives out there I own a few myself. But this gets the job done. Fantastic Service as always form Heinnie, I plan on ordering its big brother as soon as I have finished this review.

  • 5
    A lovely little knife

    Posted by Rachael on 19th Feb 2017

    I've had mine for a couple of days now and I'm more than pleased with it,I ordered it in pink and it's too good not to EDC so I've put dual thumb studs on it and I'm going to turn it in to a uk friendly slipjoint ,so I don't have to keep leaving it at home as it's just to good to just sit in my collection

  • 5
    Brilliant Folding Bushcraft Knife

    Posted by Forest Ranger on 21st Jan 2016

    I bought this great little knife last year but have only just got around to using it properly. I have been trialling it as a bushcraft' knife and it is up to most of the tasks that a small fixed blade bushcraft knife can tackle. It has a strong, sharp blade which keeps a good edge and which re-sharpens quickly when required. It is good for whittling with plenty of blade control through the effective gimping, and it has been great for batoning light kindling for my woodgas stove, with no loosening of the folding / locking mechanism . I took the clip off and put it on a lanyard, and I removed the single-handed-opening stud to make it a bit less aggressive. I understand its UK legal carry status as a lock blade but now as a two handed opener carried in the bottom of my pack it has more chance of being accepted as a tool, not a weapon. Fine point there, but that is my take on it. Overall, this is a well made working tool at a very reasonable price. It is a great option for a folding bushcraft knife. Strongly recommended.

  • 5
    Ideal pocket knife.

    Posted by Steven on 7th Mar 2015

    I've had this a month or two now and I'm very happy with it; it's small, elegant, easy to open and close with one hand and very VERY light. I took the blade out of mine and carefully filed down the back of the notch in the tang to turn this into a non-locking knife, ideal for slipping in the pocket. Nice tip for opening packages etc, To my memory this knife came fairly sharp out of the box, regardless, it's pretty easy to sharpen. Oh, and it opens with lightning speed, very nice!