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Benchmade Sequel

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Measuring less than four inches long when closed, the Benchmade 707 McHenry and Williams Sequel Knife is a compact, secure folding knife for everything from cutting p-cord in camp to opening your mail at home. This collaboration knife features the best of Benchmade materials with a design and locking mechanism created in conjunction with father-and-stepson knife artists Bill McHenry and Jason Williams. Premium-grade stainless steel ensures that this straight-edge blade will stay sharp season after season, and the crisp action of the AXIS locking mechanism engages with security and speed that you'll appreciate every time you pull the Sequel knife from your pocket.

- Backcountry.com

Benchmade Sequel Knife - Benchmade fans will recognize it as a slimmed down 705 with a pumped up blade shape for new found utility. Aircraft grade aluminum scales with G10 inlays redress a leaner profile. As an everyday carry knife it offers an agility which easily stymies its closest competitors. Features: Blade Length: 2.95", Blade Thickness: 0.100", Blade Material: 154CM, Blade Hardness: 58-60HRC, Blade Style: Modified Clip Point, Weight: 2.60oz, Clip: Reversible, Black, Tip-Up, Lock Mechanism: AXIS, Overall Length: 6.75", Closed Length: 3.80".

- Massey's Outfitters