Benchmade 320 Precinct
Benchmade knives find their way into plenty of EDCers' pockets for many reasons, with their signature AXIS lock mechanism being one of them. With the introduction of the Precinct, Benchmade tapped custom knifemaker Butch Ball to breathe new life into their already strong lineup of EDC knife designs.
Where most Benchmade knifes open with a thumbstud and AXIS lock action, the Precinct boasts a flipper opening for easy one-handed operation. Its 3.3" long 154CM stainless steel drop point blade is well-suited for everyday cutting and slicing tasks. For added safety and control during use, the flipper tab doubles as an extended finger choil. It also has G-10 handle texturing and indented jimping along the blade's spine to improve your overall grip on the knife. Thanks to its reversible deep pocket carry clip, the Presinct can keep a low profile in your pocket, too.
If you've been wanting to see Benchmade’s take on a liner lock flipper, the wait is over. The Precinct is available in a black coat or satin wash, and in straight and partially serrated forms, at the link below.