Turning a handmade custom knife into a full production piece doesn’t always translate well. But when it does like our latest Badass Knife of the Week, you get something truly extraordinary.
A faithful recreation of a custom piece by David Mosier, the Boker Plus Trigonaut features a well-thought design that’s aimed at those who want a reliable and versatile fixed blade for everyday carry.
Here is a good video overview from Tactical X-Rays:
Fixed blade knives don’t always make the best EDC knives, but the Trigonaut is different. The 3.25-inch blade boasts a modified Wharncliffe style blade, which is one of the most useful profiles for utility jobs you’ll encounter in day-to-day life. The edge subtly curves upward toward the point where the edge and the swedge meet.
Made from 440C stainless steel, the blade features excellent corrosion resistance and can take an edge without much trouble.
Mosier has been making knives since 1996 after falling in love with his first custom knife. He has since used his experience as an Army MP to create an array of functional knives with a tactical bent like the Trigonaut.
The full tang of the blade is enclosed by milled two-tone Micarta handle scales that have great ergonomics and unparalleled stability. Pins hold the scales in place while a lanyard hole near the butt offers another carrying option.
This good-looking knife comes with a Kydex sheath.
For more information on this Badass Knife of the Week, check out the product page for the Boker Plus Trigonaut.