Boker & CountyComm Carbon Fiber Anso Albatross
Boker & CountyComm Carbon Fiber Anso Albatross
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If you looked up “hefty” in the dictionary, you might see a picture of the Albatross, a Jens Anso–designed knife produced in collaboration with Boker and CountyComm. The knife boasts a massive 3.6-millimeter-thick titanium plate that forms the basis of the frame lock Read More

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Wild
21
Sep 17, 2020
Bummer anybody else order get canceled due to backorder issues?
Wild
21
Sep 17, 2020
Yeah I'm with you on that. I think I used a credit on it too, and I guess they just take the credit away from you. That's pretty crappy
BrotherMushroom
0
Sep 17, 2020
yup - same here. Bummer
LazarusLong
194
Aug 14, 2020
Looks nice. Never handled this one But not a big fan of thumb studs in the path of the cutting edge. The ones I own have them behind the cutting edge. Also with short blades I own the thumb stud just gets in the way when cutting all the way through say like cardboard. Not an issue with longer blades but for my smaller blades I’ve since switched to Spydercos and nail nick openings because of this.
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Kizer
109
Aug 13, 2020
5mm thick, 3.6mm scales. A lot of unnecessary weight and bulk when the weakness is in the pivot which is not built up at all. I wouldn't buy anything with countycomm involvement. Consider a civivi bullmastiff or mini bullmastiff - much better knife all round for half the price https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5klRGJ6q2rc. Drop seems to be selling a lot of questionable stuff and questionable prices. I haven't seen anything good for a long time.
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DukeJockey
56
Aug 10, 2020
If you can't decide whether a knife like this would work for you, look at the CRKT Burnley Squid. It's a bit smaller than the Albatross, but only 1/5 the commitment cost. I've got a Squid. I like it at $20, but not enough to go $100 for an Albatross. BTW, Lucas Burnley must have quite a sense of humor. Search for "Burnley Squid Grenade" for a good laugh. I did a similar experiment when I was getting the urge for the Terzuola/Drop Persian and Tanto. I'd never had a Persian or Tanto blade before, and was wondering what I was missing. $150-200 for each was a bit too much for me as an experiment, so I bought a CJRB Gobi for about $35, and a Cold Steel Code 4 for $70. A like both of those knives (the Code 4 I like a lot), and they were great value for the money. I don't like the Persian shape well enough to upgrade the Gobi, and the Code 4 doesn't need to be upgraded.
Leoanger
196
Aug 10, 2020
If'n I was a hunter, this might do as a backup skinner. Otherwise I can't think of many blade shapes less versatile.
Laxnerd213
187
Apr 13, 2020
Is the pocket clip on this tip up or down? Picture 6/7 seems to show tip down.
Michelangelo_X
2
Apr 15, 2020
It can be adjusted both ways.
Laxnerd213
187
Apr 15, 2020
Very good to know. I know tip up is only a personal preference but it can sometimes make or break the knife for me.
Kizer
109
Apr 13, 2020
I would have named this blunt force, or hammer, or primitive tool. I can't like the knife because I don't like the company (countycomm). I was put off by their dodgy (incorrect) descriptions. It seems to be what they do.
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Karlito
24
Apr 15, 2020
Can you please elaborate? I was put off by their lack of customer service a few years back
OOOGY
69
Apr 12, 2020
a non chode version of this would be lovely.
14themoney
1291
Feb 22, 2020
If you look up hefty in the dictionary, you might see a picture of my aunt Bertha. She actually is more attractive than this uttbugly knife.
Bruno0028
7
Feb 19, 2020
for those who have this knife, how's the opening action? Smooth? on youtube reviews it seems to be a bit sticky.
OJneg
4
Apr 14, 2020
Not the smoothest, but I can flick it consistently with my thumb nail
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