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Benchmade 9555 Rift Automatic Knife

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Original price $225.25 - Original price $225.25
Original price
$225.25 - $225.25
Current price $225.25
The 9555 Rift is packed with features to help get the job done. Reverse Tanto for toughness, large-bellied blade for all the utility cutting you can throw at it, and heavily milled and textured G10 scales to help you get a firm grip on any situation.
Benchmade's classic Benchmade Rift® gets a boost with the auto AXIS® pull release for one-handed operation.


  • Auto AXIS® pull release with integrated safety
  • Reverse tanto blade style
  • 154CM stainless steel blade, satin plain edge. (58-61HRC)
  • Black G10 handle scales with 420J stainless steel liners and a removable carry-clip


Overall Length:8.27"

Blade Length:3.67"

Blade Thickness:0.12"

Blade Material:154CM

Hardness:58-60 RC

Blade Style:Reverse Tanto

Blade Grind:Flat


Edge Type:Plain

Handle Length:4.60"

Handle Thickness:0.56"

Handle Material:G-10


Weight:4.80 oz.

User:Right Hand, Left Hand

Pocket Clip:Tip-Up

Knife Type:Automatic

Opener:Pull Release

Lock Type:AXIS®



Model Number:9555


Country of Origin:USA


Best Use:Tactical

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

The Axis Lock easily makes this knife completely worth it. So far my favorite lock design on the market. It is a really great feature that allows you to open and close the knife very fast with some practice and timing the lock. Locks up securely with NO wobble.

The 154CM blade is pure success. Excellent, sturdy shape. Razor sharp I popped a bunch of hairs easily with next to no pressure applied. Very easy to sharpen as well because it is premium steel and does not fold or chip unless you are abusing it.

The G10 handle looks awesome and provides great grip. It has some very cool texturing to enhance grip and looks.

The pocket clip can be mounted on either side, but only for point up carrying, as the clip would interfere with the Axis Lock were other sets of mounting holes to be present.