Benchmade 757 Shane Sibert Vicar Series

Benchmade 757 Shane Sibert Vicar SeriesThe 757 Vicar is a modern masterpiece created by custom knife designer Shane Sibert and brought to you by Benchmade Knives. It features a premium 0.162″ thick CPM-S30V stainless steel blade, with stout, ergonomic G10 handles. The liners are made from Titanium, and the lockbar is very easy to disengage, even though this knife locks up rock solidly. The dual thumb studs and titanium tip-up carry pocket clip makes this a great EDC knife, but it really shines as a tactical tool. It’s stout, rugged, large, overbuilt, and fun. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.

Benchmade Adamas Series from Shane Sibert

Benchmade Adamas Series from Shane Sibert
Benchmade Adamas Series from Shane Sibert
Benchmade Knives has specialized in combat tactical knives, pretty much, from day 1. Their original Emerson models built the company. The Sibert MPR has been a popular combat folder since it was introduced last year. This new series of ADAMAS folders takes it to the full size folder class. These feature a D2 tool steel blade which is very hard and these are coated to avoid any corrosion. If you are our and about and need a full size folding knife, this may be the one you will want. It goes head to head with Strider and other heavy combat knives and is still affordable and available (at least so far).

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Shane Sibert MPR Folding Knives

Benchmade Shane Sibert Folding Pocket Knives
Shane Sibert MPR Folding Knives

The Benchmade Shane Sibert MPR is finally in stock and available for you! We’ve had the satin finish models dribbling in over the last month, and we recently got a sizeable shipment of the black coated models. This is a short, stout framelock, perfect for a man who wants a medium size knife for every-day-carry that he can still grip and control. And it is built in the USA with the Benchmade dedication to quality materials and craftsmanship.

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