Timber Wolf Behemoth Ball Bearing Pocket Knife - Stainless Steel Blade, Stonewashed Finish, G10 Handle Scales, Pocket Clip

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  • Yes, this is an impressive pocket knife, but its unapologetic colossal size does not hamper its maneuverability in any way
  • It has a 5 1/2” stainless steel, stonewashed blade, which can be smoothly deployed on its ball bearing using the flipper
  • The handle scales are textured tan G10 and they are secured to the red and stainless steel liners with heavy-duty screws
  • The hefty pocket knife is 6 1/2”, when closed, and it has a heavy-duty, stainless steel pocket clip for ease of carry


Yes, the Timber Wolf Behemoth is an impressive pocket knife, but its unapologetic colossal size does not hamper its maneuverability in any way. Its precision engineered ball bearing mechanics actually allows for easier opening than most smaller knives. It has a 5 1/2” stainless steel, stonewashed blade, which can be smoothly deployed on its ball bearing using the flipper. The handle scales are textured tan G10 and they are secured to the red and stainless steel liners with heavy-duty screws. The hefty pocket knife is 6 1/2”, when closed, and it has a heavy-duty, stainless steel pocket clip for ease of carry.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5

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James Vaughan
Aug 20, 2019
(4 out of 5)
For the price...

This knife is not unrealistically large it's about the size of a Cuda Maxx and has been a front pocket EDC for me for the past month. The lanyard key ring thing I think is carbon fiber (simulated?, 3dprint plastic?)was loose out of the box and the same on another my dad got. We tried to tighten the screws to find they're stripped/nothing really to bite into remove the screws and fill with your favorite adhesive. I plan on sanding it off flush with the scales. I hate a belt clip and I think they take away from the nice slim profile of the closed knife and a good way to loose it as I get them caught on everything. On other knives I'd remove and throw away asap but on this one I've left it for now undecided. I like the profile of the blade its hair shaving sharp out of the box and first time I used it at work it snipped through a 3" taut load strap like butter. The bearing does make it open smoothly I worried normal pocket lint ect might gum it up over time but the design is pretty open looks like most can easily be blown out and fall through. It locks up nice and tight and closes on the pin the opposite way nice before the sharp edge bottoms out when folding shut. I've had a couple other timberwolf bowies and am always impressed with what you get for the price. I wish the bland scales came in other colors the red liners are a nice touch. Get one and beat the tar out of it.

 

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