Meet Lucas Burnley & Check Out the New Boker Kwaiken Automatic

Lucas Burnley
Lucas Burnley himself will be at the Boker booth (13167) on January 23rd 2018 from 9:00am – 11:30am, and on January 24th 2018 from 1:00pm to 3:30pm.

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Boker, manufacturer of fine cutlery, will host Lucas Burnley at the Boker booth at SHOT Show 2018 in booth #13167, January 23-24 2018.

The last few years have seen spectacular collaborations between Boker and custom knife maker Lucas Burnley – one of the most successful projects has been the enormously popular Kwaiken. Now a new player joins the team, ProTech Knives, to take the Kwaiken to a whole new level.

The brand new, American-made Kwaiken Automatic combines the slim and minimalistic Kwaiken design with the precise spring mechanism that only ProTech is able to deliver. The flawless action of the push-button makes opening the Kwaiken a breeze, and the ultra strong spring delivers an impressive kick when the 154CM blade locks open. The robust handle is CNC-milled aluminum and sports a pocket clip.

Boker Kwaiken Automatic Knife
Boker Kwaiken Automatic Knife
Boker
Boker

The series kicks off with two models, which will see limited release (250 pieces of each) in January 2018. One features a two-tone blade (model 06EX290, $219.00), and the other a stonewash finished blade and black handle (model 06EX291, $229.00).

Lucas Burnley himself will be at the Boker booth (13167) on January 23rd from 9:00am – 11:30am, and on January 24th from 1:00pm to 3:30pm. Be sure to stop by for more information on this exciting new series!

About Boker;

Knives by Boker, the Knife Manufactory from the German City of Blades, Solingen.

The famous knives with the world-renowned tree-brand have been handmade in Solingen since 1869. Since the foundation, no knife has left our manufactory without this sign of quality. The long history of Boker has been affected by eventful times. But one thing has always been the same in more than 145 years: Our passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary Knives. www.bokerusa.com

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Cary
Cary
2 years ago

I will buy 2 of these !!!! One for each hand…. I’ve been holding off on owning a Kwaiken , until an AUTO came out. A Damascus Blade Edition would be sweet , with a matching Fire Button . Put some Carbon Grips on it, or Abalone Scales.

Mark Houghtaling
Mark Houghtaling
2 years ago

Who proofreads these articles? If this “knife” is 154 CM long it would be more of a Templar Sword than a pocket knife. That will make it 60 5/8 inches long. I think what was meant is that it is 154 MM long, or 6 1/16 inches.

Keith Singleton
Keith Singleton
2 years ago

That is the type of steel used for the blade, not the length. 154CM is blade steel.

JetMD
JetMD
2 years ago

Serious knife people know that 154 CM is the blade steel identification (metal composition). Dimension of knives here in the USA are still indicated in inches.

Blanco
Blanco
2 years ago

I have a Lucas Burnley Striker knife from Boker and wear it as a large neck knife, as I’m an amputee. It looks too large to carry around the neck, but is relatively light for a knife its size. I recently purchased an Obake by Burnley and will use it as a neck knife also. I like his designs a lot, and, with all due to respect to the gentleman’s comments above, I don’t give a hoot what he looks like as long as he keeps coming up with interesting knives.

Gregory Peter DuPont
Gregory Peter DuPont
2 years ago

I have at least one of his CKRT made designs. The Buku. I like it. I hope that they enlarge the design in the future-maybe make a 4.5-4 inch blade as an optional model

Hunter427
Hunter427
2 years ago

That head shot of knife (hipster) boy is funny. Make me not want to buy his shives