Secret Agent Boot Knife? Part 1

What do you think of when you think of a “Secret Agent?”  Well you have to see what Kershaw knives have done with it!  Read and share:

So, let’s talk about what really is a boot knife?  Well, A boot knife or a gambler’s dagger is a small fixed-blade knife (usually, a dagger) that is designed to be carried in or on a boot.  Boot Knives was modeled after the daggers, which daggers have been around since the middle ages.  Kershaw  has taken the Boot Knife and modernized it.

Check out what they have to say:

THIS BOOT KNIFE’S MISSION IS TO OFFER BOTH PERFORMANCE AND VALUE

The model number of our Secret Agent boot knife could be none other than 4007.

This updated version of the boot knife features a single-edged blade with a non-reflective black-oxide finish. The blade is heat treated to Kershaw’s demanding specifications to bring out the very best qualities in the steel. The black-oxide coating provides additional blade protection.

For a secure grip, the handle is glass-filled nylon with a textured rubber overmold. The Secret Agent has a dual-carry molded sheath with a clip for convenient belt carry and slots to add your own leg carry straps. For additional versatility, the knife comes with a lanyard hole.

Discreet and concealable for tactical use and personal protection, the Secret Agent is also viable for a variety of utility purposes.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Fixed blade
  • Lanyard hole
  • Molded dual-carry sheath
  • Steel: 8Cr13MoV, black-oxide coating
  • Handle: Rubberized co-molded handle
  • Blade length: 4.4 in. (11.2 cm)
  • Overall length: 8.7 in. (22.1 cm)
  • Weight: 3.0 oz. (85 g)
  • Weight with sheath: 3.5 oz. (99.2 g )

Nice! Right!!  When we do part 2, you will see what it can do.  In the meantime swing over to their website and pick one up.  Until then…..

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