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Benchmade Precinct Liner Lock Knife  G-10 320 - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
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Benchmade Precinct Liner Lock Knife G-10 320

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Benchmade teamed up with knife maker/designer Butch Ball on the 320 Precinct flipper knife! It's a compact knife with a flipper opener paired with thrust bearing washers. The textured G-10 handle utilizes a deep finger groove for secure grip and a stainless steel liner lock tab for reliable lockup. Includes a deep carry, reversible pocket clip.

The Precinct 320 has a satin finished blade with a plain cutting edge.

SPECIFICATIONS

Overall Length:7.78"

Blade Length:3.30"

Blade Thickness:0.12"

Blade Material:154CM

Hardness:58-61 RC

Blade Style:Drop Point

Finish:Satin

Edge Type:Plain

Handle Length:4.48"

Handle Thickness:0.48"

Handle Material:G-10

Color:Black

Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel

Weight:3.42 oz.

User:Right Hand, Left Hand

Pocket Clip:Tip-Up

Knife Type:Manual

Opener:Flipper

Lock Type:Liner Lock

Brand:Benchmade

Model:Precinct

Model Number:320

Designer:Butch Ball

Country of Origin:USA

Best Use:Everyday Carry, Tactical

 

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Customer Reviews

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Not the best by far.

I really like the Benchmade knives I've purchased so far. In my opinion the knife is all about the handle. With that said my first Benchmade was a Presidio Ultra, and I still carry it to this day. However, it is a bit large for EDC. I have never owned a flipper and figured this would make a great EDC. It would, and it does. However the flipper action on mine sucks big time. It was my understanding it had some ball roller crap that made the action super smooth. I don't know what you call it but it DOES NOT deploy well at all. It doesn't even come close to a ZT. The blade, grip, pocket clip are all great, but I paid over $120 for a flipper that does not flip well at all. Hopping it will get better with use. Oh well, worse things could happen!

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Awesome. Pure and Simple. Buy Yours Today!

Awesome knife. Been carrying it for a while now and I haven't even had to sharpen it. This is my new favorite EDC knife hands down. I was a bit worried about spending so much money on a knife, but I am so glad I did now. If you are on the fence about buying this knife, do it. You will not be disappointed.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Not the best by far.

I really like the Benchmade knives I've purchased so far. In my opinion the knife is all about the handle. With that said my first Benchmade was a Presidio Ultra, and I still carry it to this day. However, it is a bit large for EDC. I have never owned a flipper and figured this would make a great EDC. It would, and it does. However the flipper action on mine sucks big time. It was my understanding it had some ball roller crap that made the action super smooth. I don't know what you call it but it DOES NOT deploy well at all. It doesn't even come close to a ZT. The blade, grip, pocket clip are all great, but I paid over $120 for a flipper that does not flip well at all. Hopping it will get better with use. Oh well, worse things could happen!

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R.
Awesome. Pure and Simple. Buy Yours Today!

Awesome knife. Been carrying it for a while now and I haven't even had to sharpen it. This is my new favorite EDC knife hands down. I was a bit worried about spending so much money on a knife, but I am so glad I did now. If you are on the fence about buying this knife, do it. You will not be disappointed.