Benchmade 757 Vicar designed by Shane Sibert sports a heavy duty multi-ground CPM-S30V stainless steel blade that folds into rugged thick titanium liners for super strong lockup. Starting with a rather large frame that somehow feels much smaller in the hand. The angles of the handle plus the strategically placed jimping really help keep the knife right where it's supposed to be. A generous use of titanium has been provided for the pocket clip and for the 0.090" thick liners. Machined and aggressively textured green G10 has been stacked over the full size black G10 scale. Both have been attached to the titanium liners with blacked out hardware. The business end of the knife has a modified recurve blade with a black finish. For added strength and to reduced weight, a small fuller has been added just below the thumb studs which are located in just the right spot for an extremely smooth blade deployment. Another great edition to the Benchmade Blue Class line.
|Blade Material||CPM-S30V Powder Steel|
|Blade Rockwell||58-60 HRC|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|