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Benchmade 757 Tactical Folding Knife with Black Blade

Benchmade 757 BK Vicar - Shane Sibert - Black Blade
Benchmade 757 BK Vicar - Shane Sibert - Black Blade
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A solid, utilitarian knife that will hold up under any demands you place on it, Benchmade's 757BK Vicar is easy to grip and easy to carry. Designed by Shane Sibert, a self-taught craftsman who is known for his high-end field knives, this durable folder features Benchmade's high-quality craftsmanship with a premium stainless blade.

The 757BK Vicar's blade measures just under 4 inches -- 3.86, exactly -- and is constructed of CPM-S30V stainless steel, coated black to reduce glare. S30V is ideal for this blade because of its superior edge retention; it's also extremely impact resistant and measures at a Rockwell hardness of 58-60 for the types of high-performance tasks you'll ask of this knife. The blade design gives you a lot of strength, even toward the tip.

Designer Sibert has won awards for his durable tactical folders, and this blade is another top-notch addition to his portfolio of collaborations. The frame is made of 0.09-inch thick titanium with titanium liners that has gimping on the top and the bottom of the handle for increased texture.

Measuring 5.17 inches folded (8.86 inches extended) and weighing 6.62 ounces, this Benchmade 757BK Vicar is ideal for an everyday carry that can assist with a variety of tasks. The green-and-black stacked G-10 handle is extremely grippy with a honeycomb-like texture. A tip-up pocket clip and an incorporated hole for a lanyard in the handle give you carrying options.

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MAKER: Benchmade Knives
DESIGNER: Shane Sibert
BLADE MATERIAL: Stainless S30V Steel - Black Coated
LINERS: Titanium
HANDLE: Machined G-10
WEIGHT: 6.62 oz.

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