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Ka-Bar Becker BK9 Combat Bowie Fixed Blade Knife
Ka-Bar Becker BK9 Combat Bowie Fixed Blade Knife
A synthesis of Becker's trademark ergonomic handle design and a traditionally profiled American Bowie style blade, the Combat Bowie has proven to perform well during extended periods of use with less user fatigue than most other knives in its class. It is a useful performer in a variety of combat and fieldcraft chores.

Combining Becker's trademark ergonomic handle design with a traditionally profiled American bowie-style blade, the Ka-Bar Combat Bowie knife is ideal for a variety of combat and field-craft chores. The blade is made of 1095 Cro-Van steel, an easy-to-sharpen carbon steel that keeps its edge well. The Swiss-made Grivory handle, meanwhile, is constructed of a glass-fiber-filled nylon for added strength. Other features include a flat grind, a Ka-Bar Becker stamp, and a 20-degree edge angle.
Specifications

Stamp: Ka-Bar Becker
Edge angle: 20 degrees
Blade: 1095 Cro-Van steel
Shape: Clip point
Pocket clip: N/A
Lock style: N/A
Grind: Flat
Handle material: Grivory
Blade length: 9 inches
Overall length: 14-3/4 inches
Weight: 1.05 pounds

Orange Bacco Renovation 03
Orange Bacco Renovation 03
Plastic body renovation of this vintage orange Artemide "Bacco" Bar, design by Sergio Mazza in 1967 This one is not in perfect shape : Scratched, partialy discolored, the upper glass missing Part 03 : Wet sanding of the body ... I begins with the half of the upper face and two side faces ... (So you can see clearly the difference in pictures halfway... ) Wet sanding with 220 paper (on places very scratched) and after successively with 400, 600, 800, 1200, 1500 and 2000 papers ... Wet sanding is very important, it decreases by half the abrasive power of the paper and allows less damaging the treated surface
Orange Bacco Renovation 09
Orange Bacco Renovation 09
Plastic body renovation of this vintage orange Artemide "Bacco" Bar, design by Sergio Mazza in 1967 This one is not in perfect shape : Scratched, partialy discolored, the upper glass missing Part 09 : At halfway ... side by side ... the worse and the best side of this bar ... Here we clearly see the difference after wet sanding and polishing : "In the right picture" : front part reflections on the orange color inform well the shine of the renovated plastic ( In the left picture : the front part of the Bacco is as I bought it )