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A group for all Boker fans and collectors where you can talk about, show off, and ask about your boker knives

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Latest Activity: May 27

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Boker Knife identification

Started by Kevin. Last reply by Jan Carter May 27. 11 Replies

I just picked up my first Boker knife. It has "BOKER" on the tang. Nothing else on the knife except a shield on the handle. It is a two jack…Continue

Vintage Boker fixed blade

Started by Robin Peck. Last reply by Roger Russell Feb 8. 14 Replies

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Böker and Pro-Tech Team Up for Auto Burnley Kwaiken

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Jan Carter Feb 2. 2 Replies

Collaborations between a custom maker and a production company are nothing new, but it’s unusual to see two companies joining forces. Burnley tells us the partnership materialized because it made…Continue

Tags: Auto, Burnley, Kwaiken, for, Up

The history of Boker Knives from their start until modern day

Started by Michael D Sabol. Last reply by Ricky Ray Dec 13, 2017. 11 Replies

It all started with the Boekor tool factory in Rhemscheld, Germany which in the 17th century was the largest tool producer in Germany and the surrounding countries. Boker started producing sabers and…Continue

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Comment by Michael D Sabol on January 17, 2010 at 22:19
nope it
s good just how it is!! excited to read it and ill get back toyou bout how i like it k!---MDS
Comment by MJ Wallace on January 17, 2010 at 20:11
Hi Michael, Thanks for the welcome. I still trying to figure my way around here, I posted something above in the discussion forum, should I have put it down here on the comment wall? Mike
Comment by Michael D Sabol on January 17, 2010 at 20:01
add coments please! maybe take a look at my discussions too if you get a chance!!
Comment by Michael D Sabol on December 28, 2009 at 9:10
just got a boker speed lock auto for christmas, i have a cherry bone medium sized trapper, and 2stockman brown bones handled knives which one is small and one is large sized
Comment by Michael D Sabol on December 28, 2009 at 9:08
ya i collect newer styles and older but mostly like the old congresses...my dad has a couple i really like and can't wait to inherit when i get older...i will post pics as soon as i go back to my dads (which is tonight)

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Comment by Scott King on December 28, 2009 at 8:49
Hey Michael
I'm a Boker fan. Bokers were the first knife I seriously collected. Thanks for starting this group.
 
 
 

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