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Benchmade Knives Single Blade Folding Knives

 
 

Recent Customer Reviews - Benchmade Knives Single Blade Folding Knives

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Darryl S. from Palisade, CO
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Darryl S. from Palisade, CO
AWESOME ADDITION TO MY COLLECTION!!
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Mark M. from Hawaii
Durable. Dependable. Great balance. Only open when needed. Very sharp.
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Mike K. from Dallas, TX
Great pocket knife. I have carried a Puma Rambler pocket knife for the last 20 years. The blade opens very smoothly and locks into place. I took it on vacation with me. While in London, I found out it was illegal to have a locking blade knife in public, when it was conficated at the London Eye. So sad! When I arrived back home I immediately purchased a replacement. It is a great knife for everyday use.
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Bill L. from Monmouth, NJ
My star rating is a 4 1/2. The good: this knife has a great feel about it. It is solid and lighter for its size than I expected. But that does not mean light. The feel is great, except for the clip. That is secured by some T4 screws and I will most likely remove it. The bad: KD lists this as an assisted open knife, but really it is not. No spring and opening is a two step processes, even with the assist on the blade. I would have preferred either a true assisted opening or at least categorizing this as "just" a pocket knife. Have used it (just got it), so no idea on how it holds an edge. My guess is that since it IS a KA-BAR, then I will have no worries.

More Information About Single Blade Pocket Knives

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