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Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Benchmade 560 Freek - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
$135.00

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Benchmade 560 Freek

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Benchmade 560 Freek

Dual durometer handles afford strength, comfort and positive grip to this versatile folder. Made in USA. 

ABOUT THE PRODUCT:

  • Designer: Benchmade
  • Mechanism: AXIS®
  • Action: Manual-opening
  • Blade Steel: CPM-S30V (58-60 HRC)
  • Blade Length: 3.60" (9.14cm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.114" (2.896mm)
  • Open Length: 8.46" (21.49cm)
  • Closed Length: 4.86" (12.34cm)
  • Handle Thickness: 0.65" (16.51mm)
  • Weight: 3.72oz. (105.46g)

 

FEATURES:

  • Blade Edge: Plain
  • Blade Finish/Color: Satin
  • Blade Style/Shape: Drop-point
  • Clip Type: Split arrow
  • Clip Position: Reversible Tip-Up
  • Glass Breaker: No
  • Handle Material: Versaflex
  • Lanyard Hole: Yes
  • MOLLE Compatible: No
  • Sheath Type: No Sheath
  • Use: Every Day

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Great knife!

The "Ritter" shaped blade is what caught my eye. As an owner of several "Ritter" Griptilians, I had to give the Freek a try. I am not disappointed. The Freek is a tad larger than a regular Griptilian in both blade and handle length, though its noticeably slimmer in hand. The rubber texture is grippy and after a couple of weeks of carrying it, the Freek has grown on me. Though the handle is made of plastic with a rubber texture, it doesn't make that cheap hollow sound when flicked open as you get with a Griptilian. Its has a more solid sound and feel to it. I'm guessing the rubberized texture probably has something to do with that. Definitely will be keeping this one in my edc rotation.

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Great knife!

The "Ritter" shaped blade is what caught my eye. As an owner of several "Ritter" Griptilians, I had to give the Freek a try. I am not disappointed. The Freek is a tad larger than a regular Griptilian in both blade and handle length, though its noticeably slimmer in hand. The rubber texture is grippy and after a couple of weeks of carrying it, the Freek has grown on me. Though the handle is made of plastic with a rubber texture, it doesn't make that cheap hollow sound when flicked open as you get with a Griptilian. Its has a more solid sound and feel to it. I'm guessing the rubberized texture probably has something to do with that. Definitely will be keeping this one in my edc rotation.