Benchmade Knives: USA-Made Plain Edge Folding Knife 755 MPR
There’s more to this knife than meets the carbides. With characteristics like the ambidextrous thumb-opening and a titanium locking mechanism, this Benchmade Knife 755 MPR Sibert Design Made-in-the-USA Plain Edge Knife carries far more than just a sharp edge.
Designed by Shane Sibert, the Benchmade 755 MPR delivers a most impressive array of top-shelf features. Let’s start with the blade. Due to the high concentration of vanadium and chromium carbides, Bohler M390 steel offers superior cutting ability with supreme wear-resistance. Its unique powder metallurgical (that means premier) coating promotes a uniform, clean finish. This makes M390 steel a popular resident in surgical cutting instruments.
Additionally, the tactical drop-point design of this blade provides a slow convex-curved drop in the point. This contoured shape is specific for control while adding strength to the tip.
Far more than an edge, Benchmade has a lock on the situation. This Sibert Design Knife utilizes a titanium-made Monolock mechanism, which is basically a “locking liner on steroids.” Titanium and G10 handles provide a thicker handle, which in turn, creates a larger surface area to lock the blade with. Along with a titanium tip-down carry clip, the infatuation with titanium becomes obvious.
Know this: the two most distinguishing properties of Titanium include absolute-resistance to corrosion, and the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. Whoa. Now, that’s awesome.
Fold open precision craftsmanship and lock premier function into place. The Benchmade 755 MPR Sibert Design Made-in-the-USA Plain Edge Knife carries far more than just a sharp edge.
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