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Tiny Boker Poker

This is a discussion on Tiny Boker Poker within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Picked this little Boker Subcom F folder up last week. Very impressed. Great design. Use mine as money clip. The money effectively hides the knife. ...

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    Tiny Boker Poker

    Picked this little Boker Subcom F folder up last week. Very impressed. Great design. Use mine as money clip. The money effectively hides the knife. Small & thin it takes up no room in your pocket. A slight touch up and it keeps its razor edge. Opens quickly one handed. The handle provides a surprisingly solid grip even with a wad of bills. No one will be taking this out of your hand. Handy little guy that will definitely work as a tool of last resort. The tiny wide blade is very impressive. More than capable of leaving a substantial lasting impression.



    If you get a chance put your hands on one and you will see what I mean
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    That's cute.
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    It's a thumb 'flick' not an assisted opener, right?
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    Thumbs up SubCom

    I bought several of those as gifts for family and friends last year. They all loved them! Gave mine away a couple of weeks ago, so drat.......I'll need to go shopping again.

    It's a thumb 'flick' not an assisted opener, right?
    Absolutely correct. Not assisted.


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    I carry one daily myself - makes a nice work-friendly knife (small enough not to freak out co-workers in a corporate environment). The blade on the one I have is 50% serrated with a black finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    It's a thumb 'flick' not an assisted opener, right?
    Correct, small & quick it is to open I don think an assist would be much benefit.

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    That's cute.
    Exactly deceptively so. As artificialgrey said nothing here to scare the sheep or anyone. Handy little tool box cutter etc Very deceptive because the solid grip and wide blade would allow you to gut someone quick. Not a small knife guy myself and not what you'd call a cutter or slasher. Deep penetrating wounds are far more effective IMO. But in a pinch this lil guy will drop their guts on the ground before they know you have a knife. Never thought I'd think of a knife this small as a viable defensive tool. But this design is very impressive. If you are a knife guy put one in your hand and you will see what I mean. Not suggesting it be anyones primary but it can't be beat for a weapon of last resort, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongRider View Post
    Exactly deceptively so. As artificialgrey said nothing here to scare the sheep or anyone. Handy little tool box cutter etc Very deceptive because the solid grip and wide blade would allow you to gut someone quick. Not a small knife guy myself and not what you'd call a cutter or slasher. Deep penetrating wounds are far more effective IMO. But in a pinch this lil guy will drop their guts on the ground before they know you have a knife. Never thought I'd think of a knife this small as a viable defensive tool. But this design is very impressive. If you are a knife guy put one in your hand and you will see what I mean. Not suggesting it be anyones primary but it can't be beat for a weapon of last resort, IMO.
    My daughter loves hers - high utility value in the right hands, but not "scary" in her corporate world.


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    I have one in my pocket right now at work, a weapons-free zone. People think it is cute.

    One interesting thing is those who think it is cute and get to handle it, quickly discover it ain't as cute (inoffensive) as they originally thought. It is quite solid and you feel it.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    I've always really appreciated the design of these, I think I shall pick up one before too long!

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    Here's one of the new Boker CLB models - a wee bit more scary looking:



    Boker also has the same model with a Wharncliff style blade.

    Now I can't decide which I want.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post

    Boker also has the same model with a Wharncliff style blade.
    I just realized that I have the one with the Wharncliff style blade.

    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    Small can be deadly, no doubt about that.
    Among more serious looking knives, I also carry Cold Steel Urban Pal on keychain. Blade even smaller than the Boker in this thread.

    Watch what it does to the hunk of meat toward the end of this CS demo video. The very last one, through clothing, is very impressive. I imagine the Boker would do as well, IF you could hold onto as well as the Pal with this kind of force?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy View Post
    I just realized that I have the one with the Wharncliff style blade.


    Hey Miggy...
    Don't the actors on the show "Little People", carry that setup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhShoot View Post
    IF you could hold onto as well as the Pal with this kind of force?
    Its a much better grip. I have a mini T-bar style knife, the Boker is nothing like it. Strange as it may seem the Subcom is very much like holding a good fitting full sized handle. In fact they have some full sized 3 inch blades with the same handle the MPT GRAY and the MPT Black. Below is the Gray
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Here's one of the new Boker CLB models - a wee bit more scary looking:



    Boker also has the same model with a Wharncliff style blade.

    Now I can't decide which I want.......
    that's more like it!

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