My personal purchase next from Benchmade Knife Co. I think will be the Fixed blade bushcrafter 162 Siebert Design New to the line up this year

It has a high ground drop point polished finished blade, made from S30V stainless steel (An American made and developed premium grade stainless steel created for knife blades. Its a powder made steel with a uniform carbide distribution and clean steel properties. As a blade material it offers excellent corrosion resistance and excellent edge qualities)

Hand blended-contoured green G10 handles with red, held together with pressed titanium tubing.

and a beautiful brushed full grained leather buckskin sheath with a D ring flint rod loop and retention strap , My Grandfather would love this sheath!

9.20 inches long overall and Retails for $200.00

this will be my next benchmade knife, I intend to use it hunting, fishing, I may even wear it around the house if my wife Cherry don't look at me too funny LOL

Tell me what will be your next Benchmade Knife and why

 

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Just bought a Mini Barrage model 585. Love the assisted opening Axis lock.

I hope my next purchase will be an auto axis lock like the Volli.

I mostly just play with the autos, but I carry the axis lock for edc...I own several.

It will probably be another Gold Class. I am waiting for one I like.
The Siebert bushcrafter is a stout knife, would make a fine edition to any collection.

I had the WARN Mini Barrage, but I traded it and a Green/Black Bone Collector for a Protech  Elishewitz Auto with Cocobolo handles. Kinda miss the WARN, it was a user. But I still have my 581.

Jess Cobb said:

Just bought a Mini Barrage model 585. Love the assisted opening Axis lock.

I hope my next purchase will be an auto axis lock like the Volli.

I mostly just play with the autos, but I carry the axis lock for edc...I own several.

Hard to beat the Protech Autos. But I love the convenience, strength and functionality of the Axis lock. There is room in my collection for both.

Brad T. said:

I had the WARN Mini Barrage, but I traded it and a Green/Black Bone Collector for a Protech  Elishewitz Auto with Cocobolo handles. Kinda miss the WARN, it was a user. But I still have my 581.

Jess Cobb said:

Just bought a Mini Barrage model 585. Love the assisted opening Axis lock.

I hope my next purchase will be an auto axis lock like the Volli.

I mostly just play with the autos, but I carry the axis lock for edc...I own several.

I still have a 710, 810, 581 & 2 of my Gold Class knives have the Axis lock(Pardue & Osborne). Just not into the spring assist anymore. I carry the 810 & 710 more than any other knife.

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