Want to carry a huge kukri machete without having to attach it to a sheath on your belt? Boy, have we got the knife for you.
Behold, the Magnum by Boker Pocket Kukri.
The Pocket Kukri is massive. It has a long 4.63-inch blade made of 440 stainless steel. The kukri-inspired blade design features a recurve and swedge for optimal slicing and piercing. A fuller near the spine cuts down on the weight of the knife and doubles as a notch for two-handed opening.
You may not think this makes a good EDC knife because of its size, but the knife is surprisingly versatile. The blade can be used for light chopping or carving, and its reach makes it a fierce self-defense tool.
The blade locks securely with a liner locking mechanism inside the black G-10 handle scales covering stainless steel liners.
With no pocket clip, this large folder is meant to slip into your pocket. A lanyard hole allows for some extra security and access if desired. This much knife for a little more than $20 is too hard to pass up.
For more information on this Badass Knife of the Week, check out the product page for the Boker Magnum Pocket Kukri.