BK7 and the LIVERMORE TRAIL

trailbum

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I recently hiked the Livermore trail there and back was about 8 miles.
Nice easy trail for a enjoyable hike.
Great day to get out and just enjoy the woods.
I usually carry my BK11 with me when hiking, but also decided to take a BK7 along for the ride.

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OnceBitten

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Thanks for the great pics!

The BK7, in my opinion, has always been the most useful size of all of the Beckers (the BK15 is a close Second Place).

If I could only have 3, they would be the BK15, the BK7, and, of course, the BK21.

:thumbsup:
 

trailbum

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Thanks for the great pics!

The BK7, in my opinion, has always been the most useful size of all of the Beckers (the BK15 is a close Second Place).

If I could only have 3, they would be the BK15, the BK7, and, of course, the BK21.

:thumbsup:
I really wish they would make a 7” drop point.
 
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