Gave in to the Benchmade virus...

Gave in to the Benchmade virus...

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    Gave in to the Benchmade virus...

    You might remember a thread i made,asking what was so great about expensive knives.Well,i figured i would order me a Benchmade.Im waiting on a 741 Onslaught.It looks classy.I got the 'plain' blade,no serrations.I hope its worth the hype.


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    Benchmade makes very good production knives. On top of that, the Axis lock is one of the best locks on the market. It's extremely easy to use and very strong. I think you'll notice a signficant difference (fit, finish, steel quality) compared to the average cheap knife.

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    I have had my benchmade for 7 years and carry it everyday. It is a great knife and all my friends keep asking me for it. I have the auto 5000. Good decision, you will not regret it.

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    Gave in to the Benchmade virus...
    You might remember a thread i made,asking what was so great about expensive knives.Well,i figured i would order me a Benchmade.Im waiting on a 741 Onslaught.It looks classy.I got the 'plain' blade,no serrations.I hope its worth the hype.
    You will find that the Benchmade knife and the whole Benchmade operation is a high quality endeavor. Recently sent back a 13 year old Benchmade for sharpening. They essentially rebuilt the knife and returned it to me in new condition. Cost ?. Nothing. Great company and a great product.
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