This is a discussion on EDC Knife-Benchmade Mini-Presidio Ultra (PICS) within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; After 8 months of having my CHL, I finally decided that it was time to get an EDC knife. I was carrying a little Kershaw ...
After 8 months of having my CHL, I finally decided that it was time to get an EDC knife. I was carrying a little Kershaw 1.5 inch blade, but decided I needed to invest in a more tactically smart knife, especially one that I can get a full grip on instead of just using three fingers on the Kershaw which is really more of a letter opener that has an assisted opening.
Decided on the Benchmade 527BK Mini-Presidio Ultra. Fine looking knife with an amazing grip and great blade.
I got it from Sports and Pocket Knives Black and Blue Class Benchmade
The website offers 15% off all benchmade products through June 21st, free shipping if you spend more than $50. I am in no way associated with this company, just thought it was a great deal.
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That's a sweet knife.
I really like Benchmades.
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It's one of my favorites :)
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I love my Benchmade AFOII!
Rather have one and not need it than need one and not have it.
Nice link. They have butterfly knives, too.
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That is a knife that is on my short list of things to buy..
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Glock27/ KaBar TDI/ MTAC Holster. I have more also, but this combination works well..
Great looking knife there! Thanks for the pictures.
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