Description:

A cinch to use, the lightweight Benchmade 551 Griptilian knife features a tough stainless-steel blade, molded handle and smooth AXIS™ locking mechanism.

Steel:

154CM Stainless-steel blade is strong and sharp enough to slice through food, wire and ropes with ease. An American made premium grade stainless steel originally developed for tough industrial applications. Known for its best all-around qualities, it offers great corrosion resistance with good toughness and edge quality.

Blade Type:

A slow convex-curved drop in the point characterizes a drop-point blade. This blade format lowers the point for control but adds strength to the tip. It is a very popular blade shape that ranges from a slight drop to a radical downward curve providing endless styles. In fixed blades this blades shape easily sheaths. Usually coupled with plenty of belly for slicing, this format is often used for hunting knives. Drop points are a great all-around blade format.

Locking Mechanism:

Strong, spring-loaded AXIS locking mechanism adjusts smoothly for ease of operation. Ambidextrous blade is easily opened with a simple push of the thumb-stud openers

Grip:

Molded nylon handle is lightweight and easy to grip; features lanyard hole for an alternate carry option (lanyard not included)

Clip:

Reversible pocket clip makes storage and transport easy—just clip it on your pocket or belt and go!

Please Note: This product is not able to be shipped to addresses in New York.

Made in USA.
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