The Boker Pimpsqueak from Neil Blackwood successfully resists being classified to a particular category. Depending on the point of view, it is either the "smallest big knife" of the "biggest small knife" that we know of. Width of blade and handle as well as material thickness are characteristics of a veritable Tactical Folders whereas the overall length and the proportions of the knife rather fit into the category of small and compact knives.
On the front, the solid titanium plates carry a green canvas Micarta scale and the back side forms the extremely sturdy framelock mechanism. The spacer in the handle is equally made of Micarta protrudes like a dorsal fin at the tip of the handle. The beautiful line of the blade is emphasized by the striking two-tone finishing. For this masterpiece we chose the high performance steel CPM-S-35VN which is especially characterized by the alloying constituent of niobium. As an extra feature, the clip reflects the overall outline of the knife. An ultimate knife based on the design of a legendary knife maker which will inspire both collectors and users.