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Home Products Pocket Smatchet Dagger - Rosewood

Pocket Smatchet Dagger - Rosewood

by Boker, Gedraitis, Chuck

SKU 1051560

Date Added 09/02/2022

# Available This product is out of stock

Original price $145.00

Price $135.00


The Pocket Smatchet boasts a long and interesting history. The original Smatchet was designed by knife-making legends Rex Applegate and William Fairbairn. It was made to be a tactical tool with the speed and agility of a knife, and the takedown power of a machete; perfect for use in close combat situations in World War II. In the years since, custom knife maker Chuck Gedraitis adapted the historic design into an EDC-friendly folder: the Pocket Smatchet. Gedraitis, Blade HQ, and Boker have teamed up to bring this custom knife homage to life as a production model. This distinctive folder doesn't just catch the eye, it also benefits from the practical design of its predecessor. Pick up this pocket-worthy folder and wield a bit of sharpened history through your day-to-day.

This Blade HQ Exclusive Boker Pocket Smatchet features a black VG10 blade and a rosewood handle.


  • Black finished dagger blade made of VG-10 stainless steel.
  • Thumb disc opener with a ball bearing pivot.
  • Grooved rosewood handle scales over black steel liners.
  • Stainless steel liner lock.
  • Milled stainless steel pocket clip for right hand, tip-up carry.

Comes with original box and papers. Excellent condition. The box was signed by Chuck Gedraitis.

Product Details

Blade Length 4

Overall Length 9.25

Weight (oz) 7.2

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Clip, Tip Up Carry

Blade Material VG-10

Blade Details Dagger, Spear Point

Handle Material Wood

About the Maker


Boker knives have been handmade in Solingen, Germany since 1869. Since the foundation, no knife has left our manufactory without this sign of quality. The long history of Boker has been affected by eventful times. But one thing has always been the same in more than 145 years: Our passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary Knives. Today Boker is renowned all over the world as manufacturer and supplier of an unmatched variety of blade and handle materials and biggest manufacturer in Europe for Sport Knives, Tactical Knives and Collector's knives.

Gedraitis, Chuck
Gedraitis, Chuck

"Ever since I can remember I have had a fascination with knives. My grandfather gave me my first pocketknife when I was 5, and it was that moment that did it. I started making knives by taking apart my mothers kitchen knives. My parents thought that there was something "wrong" with me because I had a fascination with sharp objects. That all changed when I took them to a local knife show and showed them a whole room of people interested in knives. I seriously began making knives when I was 16. I have been making knives for over 25 years. For the past 10 years I have mainly concentrated on making folding knives and automatics. I mainly concentrate on making one-of-a-kind folding knives of my own design, but I do occasionally make a few fixed blades. I specialize in unique file work patterns, and I also do simple carving and some of my own sheath work. For steels I mostly use Damascus, but also use 154CM, CPM154, D-2, 1095, W-2 and others. Handle materials include Exotic Woods, Stag, Pearl, and various types of Ivories including Elephant, Mammoth, and Walrus. As far as knife builds go, I think I am going to concentrate on building more elaborate autos as well as converting some of my older designs into autos. I appreciate the challenge of making an auto, and it keeps knife making exciting for me.”

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