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Ka-Bar Becker KephartKa-Bar Becker Kephart

The BK-62 KEPHART has a solid one-piece design featuring a 5.125″ straight edge blade constructed of 1095 Cro-Van steel with an HRC hardness rating of 56-58 which has been flat ground providing a sharp cutting edge with excellent edge retention. The three bolt scales made of Walnut with natural wood grain appearance providing the user a smooth and well-controlled handle. The overall length of the KEPHART is 9.688″, has a blade thickness of 0.158″ and a blade width of 1.25″. This knife comes with a brown leather belt loop sheath. This knife is made exclusively in Olean, New York U.S.A. and proudly blade etched with the Becker Knife & Tool / KA-BAR brand name.

Ka-Bar Becker Kephart Details
  • 1095 CroVan Stainless Steel
  • Walnut Handle
  • Leather Sheath
  • 5.125″ Blade Length
  • 1.25″ Blade Width
  • 0.158″ Blade Thickness
  • 9.688″ Overall Length

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