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Benchmade 710-D2

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by BrainOnSigs, Jun 28, 2014.

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  1. BrainOnSigs

    BrainOnSigs Member

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    The Benchmade AXIS lock knife that started it all. The 710 McHenry and Williams design was the winner of the knife of the year in 1999. A straight forward, no nonsense large bladed knife. Simple and clean looking.

    •Blade Length: 3.90"
    •Overall Length/Closed Length: 8.80" / 4.90"
    •Blade Material/Hardness: D2 Steel/ 58-61 HRC...
    •Blade Style: Modified Clip-Point; Ambidextrous

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  2. snapshot762

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    One of my favorites!
     
  3. Giterboosted

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    Picked one up a while back used with a coated blade. Was in pretty bad need of a sharpening, but once I finally got there it's been an incredible knife
     
  4. MErl

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    I like mine, have carried it for many years. It is not suited for boat use on salt water though.
     
  5. CZ9shooter

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    The 710 is a sweet knife. Here's mine. I like non-stainless steels as it allows some artwork. This is my weekend carry.

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