KA-BAR BK7 Becker Combat Utility. The Becker Combat Utility is the ultimate BK&T all-purpose utility knife. With a black finished 1095 Cro-Van steel clip point blade measuring over 7", this knife means business. The Grivory handles are ergonomically designed and keep the weight down on this knife.

The Ka-Bar Becker Knife and Tool Combat Utility Fixed Blade Knife features a 7.188 inch flat saber ground clip point bowie blade, .25" thick, with a notched thumb ramp, integral hammering pommel and full tang construction. The 1095CroVan high carbon steel blade has a deep belly, a thin edge, a top swedge grind, a Rockwell hardness of 58-59 and a matte black epoxy powder coat. The ergonomic molded Grivory (glass filled nylon) handle scales, 5.5" long, features a lanyard hole.

Ka-Bar Knives - BK7 Specifications:

  • Overall:
  • Blade:
  • Steel:
    1095 Cro-Van
  • Weight:
    .85 lb
  • Shape:
    Clip Point
  • Edge Angle:
    20 Degrees
  • Stamp:
    KA-BAR Becker
  • Handle Material:
  • Cordura Sheath
  • Knife Made in USA, Sheath Made in Mexico

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Jon Skutshek on 11/09/2017 01:57pm
It is an incredible knife, I actually bought for doing heavy tasks when I dont want to bring an axe and I was thinking more of an disposable knife which I will give a hard life, but I have to say I'm positively surprised, this knife exceeded my expectations: Is wicked sharp (my thumb can tell), holds an incredibly good edge, great balance and it performs excellent when doing delicate work. it is definitely a must-have knife, if you are looking for an all around knife, this is it.
Ed Field on 10/28/2015 09:28am
I have split logs with well-built knife and it sharpens nice and easy good survival knife! Great weight and nice sharp edge, never owned a better knife.
Vince on 04/04/2014 08:34am
Tough as nails and sharp out of the box. The knife edge is very durable. After a day of batoning wood it can still handle campfire cooking. It really is a good size for those of you out there trying to have one knife for all your bushcraft needs. I don't notice the weight. After swinging it at a tree for half an hour it may fatigue your hands but in all honesty your not going to be using it for that purpose too often. I do have a couple of complaints. The handle sucks, it's durable, but it's way too slick and I feel with heavy use in the rain it will slip out of your hands. When you have an extra 50 bucks, buy the micarta handles. they are worth it. The sheath also sucks. It rattles and is way to big for how big the knife is. I've had the knife for about a year and a half now and I have never regretted my purchase.
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