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Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG

Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG
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Benchmade Griptilian Knife, 3.45" modified sheepfoot blade, black Noryl GTX and Valox handle, 4.62" closed
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Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG


The illustrated Benchmade Knife is the Benchmade Griptilian Knife, designed by Mel Pardue. This Griptilian knife features a 3.45" modified sheepfoot blade made of 154CM stainless steel, .115" thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-61. The blade of this Benchmade knife has a hollow grind, a notched thumb rest for secure grip, and a blade hole for ambidextrous one hand opening. The black Noryl GTX and Valox handle, 4.62" closed, has double stainless steel liners, ambidextrous AXIS lock and a lanyard hole. A side to side reversible steel pocket clip is mounted at the butt end of this Benchmade knife. The Benchmade Griptilian Knife with modified sheepfoot blade has an overall open length of 8.07", and weighs 3.25 ounces. Made in the USA.

Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG

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BRANDBenchmade Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding
OVERALL LENGTH8.07"
CLOSED LENGTH4.62"
BLADE LENGTH3.45"
BLADE STEEL154CM
BLADE EDGEPlain
LOCKING MECHANISMAXIS
DESIGNERMel Pardue
ORIGINUSA
WEIGHT3.25 oz.
BLADE FINISHSatin
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
MODELGriptilian
Product Field 380778
Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG
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Benchmade Knives: Benchmade Griptilian, BM-550HG
Not worth it
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Very mediocre for the price.
The handle is clunky and thick and cheap and doesn’t have an open back so it’ll collect dirt and lint. I also bought the 550-1 with lined G10 scales and better steel and THAT KNIFE is most assuredly worth the extra cost.
Especially if you find it in the secondary market. I wouldn’t rebuy this knife though.
I’m going to sell it trade it.
 
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