The Boker Alligator Toast is a slim and sleek gentlemen's carry knife with a black scaled handle and a stonewashed drop point blade. A blade flipper offers smooth one-hand deployment. The textured top scale is backed up by a stainless steel frame lock for secure lock up. Item includes a lanyard hole and a deep carry pocket clip for secure carry.
- 7.50" overall length
- 3.25" blade length
- 0.875" blade width
- 0.12" blade thickness
- 440A blade material
- Drop point blade style
- Hollow blade grind
- Stonewash finish
- Plain edge type
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This knife or other device is not a weapon and is purely a tool. I want to be 100% clear that this item is not intended to be used and in way do I suggest that it is to be used to inflict violence, whether actual or threatened against any person or fictional creature such as, but not limited to a Zombie, Unicorn, Cracken, Medusa, Bigfoot, Alligator Man and especially native Drop Bear and Yowies.
Any images or words on the knife are for brand recognition only.
Any advertisements from the manufacturer in America, are made purely to market to the American market, they are not supported by me. This knife is a proper and useful tool to be used by hunters, campers, outdoorsmen and for collection.
Anything in the description that suggest that it is to be used to inflict violence will be removed shortly, if not already removed.
Words such as Combat, Tactical and Fighting refer to the strength of the knife only and are mentioned to confirm that this knife could be used as a tool in a military operation as a TOOL to cut ropes, dig holes, eat food with, open items and even as a last-ditch rescue tool to cut your way out of a wrecked vehicle. It is not a weapon. These words are not there to promote violence and I wanted to make it clear in what context these words are used by the manufacturers as well as my adds.
Any pictures of skulls, dragons or other animals etc on the knives are there as a way to promote peaceful use of the knife / tool and for artistic purposes only. Skulls serve as a warning to not use the knife inappropriately, similar to a skull on a poison bottle.