The heart of the Boker Plus P-51 Damast is its distinctive spearpoint blade made of 80-layer Damascus, which was forged by Chad Nichols and consists of original parts from the historic fighter plane.
When viewed from the side, the blade has a number of visual reminiscences of the historic fighter-bomber.
The thumb hole, for example, is reminiscent of the Plexiglas canopy on the cockpit, which allowed the pilot an ideal all-round view.
Another highlight is the titanium handle, which replicates the studded light metal plates of the aircraft in great detail. The blue blade axle screw, which bears the Silver Star of the US Army, and the red anodised screws, which are based on the colour scheme of the tail rudder, are striking.
Extreme reliability is promised by the titanium framelock with a stainless-steel inlay, which holds the blade securely in place even during difficult work.
Despite the clear lines, the handle lies comfortably in the hand thanks to ergonomic cutouts.
The titanium clip is machined from solid and allows for tip-up (r) carry, while the lanyard hole offers further attachment options.
A must for all knife collectors and friends of historic aircraft.
Supplied with a high-quality nylon pouch for storage.
Blade Material: Damascus
Blade Thickness: 3.5 mm
Blade Length: 85 mm
Blade Finish: satin
Overall Length: 193 mm
Handle Material: Titanium
Pocket Clip: Titanium
Weight: 108 g
Locking Mechanism: Frame lock
- 1 knife in original box with nylon pouch