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Bear & Son 114B Butterfly Knife 5" Blade Black Handle

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Part Number: BC114B
Manufacturer: Bear & Son Cutlery
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BC114B: Black 5" Butterfly Knife
Bear & Son Cutlery
This is a solid, high-quality butterfly knife at an affordable price. It is an average size butterfly knife with a closed length of 5" and 4 1/8" 440 high carbon rust resistant steel blade. The black die cast metal handles with slot cutouts are selected to ensure strength, beauty and durability. Functional, affordable, sharp... what's not to love?

Made in USA.
Steel Handles
Steel Handles
Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability and look and feel great.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Avondale Az
Jun 24, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Handle Feel, Weight, Handle Material, None
Cons: Lock Ease of Use
Very unexpectedly high quality.
The knife came in as a gift for my brother. I opened it before I gave it to him, just to try it out, and the action worked really well. The knife was a lot better than I expected for the price. It also came in razor sharp, which was great because I got to make a really funny snap on snapchat about it. The lock on the bottom of the knife took a little time to free up, but works well now.
5 out of 5
Joe C.
Chicago IL
May 15, 2017
Pros: Handle Material, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Weight, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Excellent Price, Excellent Service
Product was exactly as described, and less expensive than comparable items I'd seen elsewhere. Ordered on a Friday morning, got an email saying it shipped later that afternoon, and received the product the following Monday. Don't buy a lot of knives, but next time I'm in the market for one, this will be my first stop.
4 out of 5
Mar 26, 2017
Pros: Blade Material, Weight, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Handle Material, None
Great for beginners
I bought this exact balisong about 2 years ago. I'm a balisong hobbyist, I love the hell out of them but I can't afford to own many until now, and with the release of the shrade bali I'm slowly getting back into the hobby. That's what makes the bear & son 114B a really good buy - if you're on the fence about buying a bali, if you're not sure you'll actually enjoy flipping them, or any other reason, it's absolutely perfect for that reason. Barely costs anything, great weight for doing all sorts of tricks, and buying a live blade is much better than buying a trainer. When I started flipping I put painters tape on the blade and never once got cut, & after I got confident I simply took the tape off and practiced with the live blade. The cons of this knife comes from the handle material. The handle I believe is made out of a cheap aluminum, so basically what happens is if you flip this knife for hours at a day every day for a month (like what I did since I LOVED flipping), the handle will start to basically tear off, and one day you might find this bali flying across the room with a piece of the handle in your hand. The actual blade that comes with the knife is amazing, it feels really really good and looks really good. If I knew how to make balisong handles I'd honestly take the blade from the handles and keep using it because it's honestly that good. As for the sharpness of the blade, it can actually make a good EDC (as long as carrying a butterfly knife is legal where you live :) ). Even now 2 years after owning it I still use my broken 114b to cut open boxes and letters. If you're an experienced flipper - this is NOT the right knife for you. Buy the shrade bali that comes with solid handles that won't break for 100 years, or buy a custom filipino knife. If you have the money and if you're a first time balisong buyer, think about even buying a benchmade used/new knife for $150-300. Just whatever you do, please don't buy a trainer for gods sakes unless you're buying the knife for a 12 year old kid.
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