Becker Kephart Knife

By: Ka-Bar Knives

(USD) $176.99

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Product Code: 6593

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Designed True To Original

The long-awaited KA-BAR Becker BK62 Kephart is here. Designed true to the original knife created by Horace Kephart, considered the father of modern day bushcraft, the BK62 is made in the USA with 1095 Cro-Van steel, walnut handles and a leather sheath. The knife is based off of legendary bushcraft writer Horace Kephart’s knife design from the early 1900s. The only known existing unmodified Kephart knife was used as the model for this latest version.

Designer Information

Ethan Becker is a man after our own heart. An avid outdoorsman who enjoys martial arts and hunting, Becker founded Becker Knife and Tool Corporation in the early 1980's to design the industrial-strength tactical and survival knives he'd always wanted for himself. What we love about Becker, other than his innovative designs, is that he spends so much time in the outdoors testing new equipment and designs. KA-BAR is proud to be the manufacturer of Becker Knife & Tool products - all brought up to date and approved by Becker himself.


Reliks Product ID 6593
Manufacturer SKU BK62
Blade Hardness 56-58 HRC
Blade Length 5.125"
Blade Material 1095 Cro-Van
Blade Thickness .158"
Full Length 9.625"
Grind Flat
Handle Material Walnut
Weight .4 lb

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"I would give it a 6 if that was available, it came razor sharp out of the box, the handle feels great in the hand and the slight bulge on the handle near the blade give a secure grip. This should be a great field knife and I think I will try it out for wood carving. It would also work great for food preparation. It's light for those who go hiking or camping/hunting and want a light weight knife. Not having a " tactical look " is good in some contexts ( Not scary ). Wood grip is attractive as well as the stone wash finish on the blade. "