There are few tasks that can't be tackled with a Benchmade 10412 Pika II Knife Plain Edge Knife. Need to carve the Thanksgiving turkey? No problem. Need to kill the Thanksgiving turkey? Not an issue. Need to fend off the neighbors that come to feast on your bird, o ... (see full details) (see specifications) #BMD10412.
Benchmade Knives: Pika II Plain Edge Folding Knife 10412
There are few tasks that can't be tackled with a Benchmade 10412 Pika II Knife Plain Edge Knife. Need to carve the Thanksgiving turkey? No problem. Need to kill the Thanksgiving turkey? Not an issue. Need to fend off the neighbors that come to feast on your bird, open up an early Christmas present, do some quick personal grooming? When you've got the right knife, you've got an all-occasion tool.
The glass-filled, black nylon handle is lightweight and easy to grip with scales that offer texture, so even sweaty palms won't slow you up. Dual stainless steel liners on the inside of the handle offer extra durability, while the ambidextrous thumb-hole lets you open your folding blade with either hand.
The blade, made with 9Cr13CoMoV stainless steel, is 2.9 inches long -right for turkeys and other tasks. A razor-sharp plain edge gives you great slicing power, .11 inches thick, with an hardness of 58-60. This hardness rating means your knife will hold its edge well, but can be re-sharpened easily.
A locking mechanism keeps the blade from jumping out at inopportune times, while the pocket clip can be placed in four different slots to offer all kinds of carry options. Weighing only 2.75 ounces, you'll get lightweight control and easy storage (closed, this knife is only 4.07 inches in length). Fully open, you'll get 6.97 inches of handle and blade, a length that's easy to control with one hand.
This Benchmade 10412 Pika II Knife Plain Edge Knife is recommended for general purpose cutting, utility and sporting activities, and anything else that might require a perfect blade. Want our recommendation? Keep your knife handy, because you never know where you'll find a rampaging turkey just waiting for Thanksgiving.