Benchmade Benchmite II

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The 10610 Benchmite II by Benchmade is Mchenry & Williams design which features a Drop-Point Blade which maximizes cutting surface area, levitator- Lock Secures Blade Open and Closed, blank handle scale can be personalized, and weighs Less Than 2 Ounces. Made with the precision of Benchmade's legendary craftsmanship, this knife will last you a long time. If you want only the best, go with benchmade knives. Note: Laser-etching is completed in a standard block text unless otherwise requested at time of order. Laser-etching requests are only added to orders by telephone, fax, or email at this time. Benchmade 10610 Benchmite II Technical Specifications and Features: Blade Length: 1.92'' Blade Thickness: 0.086'' Blade Material: AUS8 Stainless Steel Blade Hardness: 58-60HRC Blade Style: Tanto Drop-Point ; Nail Nick Weight: 1.60oz. Clip: No Clip Lock Mechanism: Levitator Lock Overall Length: 4.76'' Closed Length: 2.83'' Sheath Material: Sold Separately Class: Red Country of origin: Import Designed Usage: General Outdoor Shooting/Hunting collectors item pipe carving

- Mountain Hideaway

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- Massey's Outfitters

Benchmade Benchmite II

Discontinued

The Benchmite II has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.99 - $35.00

The Benchmade Benchmite II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 20, 2012 at Mountain Hideaway.

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