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Benchmade question.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Coop45, Jan 14, 2013.

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  1. Coop45

    Coop45 Member

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    After the post office sent my new Benchmade on tour of Texas, it's finally in my hand. On the backside of the blade it says.....First Production 12 of 1000

    What is the deal on that?
     
  2. dubya450

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    Its a first production lol. One you should hang on to. What model is it? I just picked up a new Benchmade Sibert MPR for $145 normally $260 and i really like it. My 4th Benchmade
     
  3. Atbat82

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    I loved my benchmade (Pardie 5330). Until I lost it... Been using an Al Mar since, great knife, but so much heavier than my Pardue was...


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  4. Coop45

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    It's a 470 Emissary.
     
  5. Il Duca

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    The first production runs are usually limited to 1000 pieces and sometimes have different materials or color options than the following standard production models.
     
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    I have the big and small Snody made by Benchmade (limited run). Awesome knives.
     
  7. Missionary

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    Greetings
    Sounds like a keeper.
    I have an older one that has been around for about 13 years. Cannot remember the model name or #. Clip point balde is 3 9/16" partial serated with Titanium handles. 4 hex head bolts hold it together. Handle is 4 3/4" with a lanyard hole. Very good steel in the blade. Mike in ILL
     
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