Benchmade Single Blade Folding Knives

Benchmade Single Blade Folding Knives
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Benchmade 950BK Osborne Rift, BK1 Coated Handle
$178.50 $210.00
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HK 14715BK AXIS, Black G-10 Handle, Plain
$124.99 $155.00
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Benchmade 943 Osborne (Plain, Satin Finish)
$182.75 $215.00
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Beautiful quality product, delivered fast. Product exactly as shown. Personalization was quality and spelled correctly.

Beautiful knife, fits well in my pocket, easy one handed opening. Very sturdy/reliable.

This is a beautifully designed knife. It was a gift for a special friend. She loves it.

Bought this as a gift for a friend, they were extremely happy! Really excellent knife.

I am going to order another one, This rest I have given out as gifts

This is an excellent knife compared to its big brother, and I purchased this after I lost the bigger version on a quad trip. It's well built and designed and there are no grouses or quibbles on that at all, it even fits well in my very large hands. Its Jim Wagners design in a more compact EDC carry. The main draw back is it is designed as a switchblade and without the spring becomes a very awkward to open pocket knife! You do not have a flick stud or any sort of convenient protrusion on the blade to open it once you have hit the for this job, very small button and the blade is stiff then to extract.You can loosen off the blade pivot bolt with the little provided tool, to get the blade to deploy with gravity, but it then looses tightness in the blade and it feels rattly and if the knife will fall apart. You can get a spring kit and tool to install it and it takes about five minutes which I did as I am outside the USA where some kind of flick knives are allowed and as a switch blade this little knife is excellent. Hence my 3 star rating good workmanship and ergonomics.

A solid and very strong knife, great carry knife and very easy to carry.

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