Boker & CountyComm D2 Stout Commander Frame Lock Knife
Boker & CountyComm D2 Stout Commander Frame Lock Knife
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Designed by Jason Stout, the aptly named Stout Commander is a workhorse folder fit for demanding tasks. Measuring over 8 inches long, the knife definitely commands attention Read More

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balakay43
35
Aug 18, 2020
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My glow carbon fiber version that i paid less for is better
Aug 18, 2020
JediJon
156
Aug 15, 2020
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At first glance I was kinda digging this knife, until I scrolled further down and saw that it was one of those "2 tone" knives with different scales on either side. I really wish knife makers/companies stopped doing this, and just stick to making knives with the same scale on both sides. Visually, I think it looks better, and also feels better when in the hand, especially for those of us who happen to be lefty.
Aug 15, 2020
Kizer
109
Apr 22, 2020
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People are concerned with chinese d2 steel used in this "workhorse". The poor design of this "workhorse" seems to be screaming out "it's going to break just behind the pivot" 😃. If it's going to flex or break, I know where. Questionable form over function. Countycomm's focus seems to rely on odd looking with no concern for purpose.
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Apr 22, 2020
anonomous
559
Apr 21, 2020
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No thanks to China d2. People don't understand that your getting a slight bit better than 8cr13mov performance at the expense of harder to sharpen for most novices. D2 in knives cheaper than $35 is acceptable. That's why this one is clearly not acceptable at 80. Don't think for a second yours is better than another. Here are some good videos that really show you. Most people keep saying the same bs malarkey and passing it on despite it not being true. https://youtu.be/F1GHKG_-5dA https://youtu.be/Z-cV5cIfnx0
Apr 21, 2020
balakay43
35
Aug 18, 2020
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They aren't all made the same. Plus you're getting carbon fiber and 1 of 600. This knife is worth the money.
Aug 18, 2020
anonomous
559
Aug 18, 2020
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It's not worth it. And China d2 is not good no matter how they make it, they don't know how to do it right. CF and 600 being made is hilarious to say it's worth that cost. Your just addicted.
Aug 18, 2020
theupandcoming
112
Apr 20, 2020
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I want one but worried about a weak detent. Can anyone with the knife tell me how theirs is?
Apr 20, 2020
RJES
40
Aug 16, 2020
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Detent is slightly weaker than I like. However, I am picky and it works fine from a functional standpoint.
Aug 16, 2020
jayonnaise
98
Mar 6, 2020
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I don't understand how they kept a stainless framelock with 3.5" blade under 4.5 oz.
Mar 6, 2020
bookworm13
659
Mar 6, 2020
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I guess that one whole scale being carbon fiber without a steel liner helps a lot.
Mar 6, 2020
ddorn
27
Mar 9, 2020
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They also hollowed out portions of the frame-lock side, which helped. I picked one up from County Comm a while back, and for the money, it's one of the best deals out there.
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Mar 9, 2020
Rudolph
268
Mar 6, 2020
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Don't know how much I trust that unreinforced carbon fiber scale (especially from Boker China) , but price doesn't seem bad . https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HHUB7F4pGlk
Mar 6, 2020
reswright
2810
Mar 6, 2020
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I like most everything about this but the D2. I like the scale, I like the lock, I like the grind, I like the lanyard hole, I like the clip, but a MSRP of $179 for a knife with D2 is ludicrous and even the markdown price of $79 is about $29 more than I want to pay for this knife. I see the carbon fiber scale and the limited run, and maybe on a good day I'd go up to $60, but I also see the stainless and D2, and I can get a very well made D2/CF knife made with titanium instead of stainless under $50 (and in fact, I own a bunch of 'em). Still a little torn because damn, it's a nice looking knife, but Boker was being a little cheap when they specced out the blade.
Mar 6, 2020
reswright
2810
Mar 10, 2020
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You almost have to make one yourself to get one with a real Scandi grind these days. Everyone wants to modify it with a secondary bevel, when the entire point of that grind is that you can lay the entire grind edge flat on the whetstone and get it razor sharp very quickly without mucking up the grind angle at all. I gotta hand it to the Scandinavians. They always have a different way to do stuff and it's usually an improvement.
Mar 10, 2020
Qwervy
298
Mar 11, 2020
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Precisely, only problem is I wont have much time to work on it so I would have to try to do it in the holidays, also need to get steel
Mar 11, 2020
ponagathos
492
Mar 6, 2020
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I bought a couple of these directly from CountyComm and it's a very nice knife. I usually don't like carbon fiber because it's too slick but the dimpling on this solves that problem. Flips very nice and the handle feels great in my large hands.
Mar 6, 2020
JMos
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Mar 6, 2020
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This is a pretty decent low budget flipper, as far as I know, I bought a Lateralus a few years back and squeezed an aftermarket deep carry spyderco pocket clip on it. pretty sure its buried somewhere in my gun closet collecting dust now.
Mar 6, 2020
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