Boker & County Comm D2 Gent XL Folding Knife

Boker & County Comm D2 Gent XL Folding Knife

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A collaboration between Boker and CountyComm, the Gent XL is minimal, maneuverable, and handsome. Just about every inch on the knife is stonewashed for a rugged yet refined look Read More

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CleverHans
Mar 14, 2020
This is the Boker Plus Brad Zinker Urban Trapper 42 without the holes in the handle. From what I've read, the 42 model was designed to comply with Article 42 of the German Criminal code which makes one hand openers with locking blades illegal
Narq
881
Mar 12, 2020
A real gentleman would have made this folder with a reversible pocket clip.
burningdaddy
1
Jul 30, 2019
oh no, first order was stolen, second is canceled. Hope I will get another chance.
99cuts
16
Jul 29, 2019
looks nice except D2 ...
Damn_True
39
Feb 16, 2019
8.4” is “minimal”? I mean...that’s a lot in a light, tailored trouser
Jschreiner1349
124
Jul 25, 2019
Well... it folds in half...
maxwest
53
Feb 16, 2019
Nice knife at a decent price. But... Too big for them cops. Can we have the smaller size on MD please?
derpan
6
Dec 9, 2018
I bought one of these from county comm. If it had a flipper it would be perfect, but without the flipper it’s like a really big gentlemen’s knife. Good steel, good lockup, good feel in hand. Despite being so long it disappears in the pocket because of how slim it is. Good knife if you’re fine with two handed opening.
notrefined
2
Dec 6, 2018
bought a couple for $60 each on countycomm BF/CM sale….beautiful knife if you're ok with two hand opening. Looks and feels like a much higher-end knife than its pricepoint would suggest. The detent is solid and both handle and blade are light, plus there's not a lot of exposed spine when the blade is closed. I don't see anyone being able to flick it open-- I couldn't. I tried it with a bolt-on thumb stud just to see, and for my hand at least it seems like I would be far too apt to slice my thumb open, most likely due to the narrow blade. I like my one-hand knives, so I ended up buying an urban trapper grand as a result of my little experiment with the CC version. I ended up discovering a knife design I really like and I'll end up gifting the CC knives I bought, so it was a good deal all around for me.
Blankman
17
Dec 6, 2018
No flipper, no deal. Otherwise I'd have picked up a couple.
j.a.l
716
Mar 12, 2020
To each their own. I, for one, am glad flippers haven't completely taken over; personally not a big fan. I like thumb studs or automatics. (Yes, legality, sure. Follow-your-local-knife-laws.) Just don't like the ergonomics of moving my thumb from the back to a grip, it encourages fumbling. I'm not dogmatic about it, but a tab makes it a much harder sell.
Blankman
17
Mar 12, 2020
I just don't like knives that potentially take two hands to open (for whatever reason), hence my desire for a flipper (or thumb stud) if well done. As you said, to each their own. :)
erader
27
Dec 6, 2018
another garbage knife.  thanks MD
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