4 out of 5 people found this product review helpful.
This knife feels fantastic in the hand. I have large hands and love the width and bulk of this knife. Which is why I bought it.
It's a brick, and it is intended to be. Flipping the blade open takes a little practice and some shifting in the hand is required to do so with the thumbstud.
My one gripe about this knife is that the pocket clip can be moved slightly, even when tightened down.
When I first got the knife I could slide the pocket clip side to side--with little effort--only by about a centimeter. I tightened the two screws down as much as I could and now it is mostly stationary. However with enough pressure I can still slide the clip. This doesn't deter me from highly recommending this Benchmade knife, especially for people with big hands.
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Top hunting folder...
Always considered the Lakota lil Hawk (no longer made) followed by the Gerber Magnum Hunting folder (no longer made) to be the best folders made for hunting but the Benchmade 755 (no longer made) is in my opinion the best hunting folder ever produced as a factory production knife. The primary reason I rank it above the lil Hawk and the Gerber is the quality of steel used in the blade.