Benchmade 133 Infidel Fixed Blade
The Benchmade 133 Fixed Infidel is a full-tang tactical fixed blade designed after the iconic Infidel out-the-front knife. Its double-edged blade is made from resilient D2 tool steel. Grooved, black anodized aluminum scales provide absolute grip security. Includes a Tek-Lok compatible Boltaron sheath.
Fully ambidextrous design eliminates the guesswork of a blind draw.
D2 tool steel blade offers excellent toughness and edge retention.
Tek-Lok compatible Boltaron sheath allows a variety of carry options.
User:Right Hand, Left Hand
Knife Type:Fixed Blade
Country of Origin:USA
Best Use:Tactical, Survival
Wicked balance. Extremely comfortable. This is a very well made Benchmade knife. I have become a bit of a Benchmade fan boy, but I would have little problems delivering a poor rating on a sub par knife. If the automatic knife was legal within my city, I would have picked it up instead. The sheath is a bit oversized and bulky.
Very solid. Holds edge well. It definitely is a 5 star buy and I would purchase again. You get what you pay for and for 200 bucks it's a good knife.
Almost everything you need to know about this knife is in the title. It's a Benchmade (so it's razor-sharp and rock solid). It's an Infidel (so it's hella cool). It's a fixed blade (no wiggle like the Auto OTF has). What you don't know is that you really have to pull to get this thing out of its sheath (which is just fine by me because of how I mount it) and the button snap takes a bit more effort to disengage than you might expect (also fine by me because it means nobody else is going to be snatching my weapon). I bought this the moment it was available here on Amazon (through DLT Trading) and had no issues with the service. One thing I'll say: I don't consider this an EDC; this thing is a tactical weapon and it's meant for one thing (afaic) and one thing only. The only problem I've had (and it was my fault) is that I sliced about 1/3 of the way through the button strap when resheathing it -- you need to clear that strap before securing the knife back in its sheath.