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Trending: Benchmade 756 Micro Pocket Rocket

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Trending: Benchmade 756 Micro Pocket Rocket

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With an overall length of just 4.83" fully deployed and a blade length of just 1.87" total, it might be easy to dismiss Benchmade’s Micro Pocket Rocket as a novelty. But the premium CPM-20CV blade composition combined with the secure titanium frame lock means that this is a super-compact EDC flipper knife that can perform like its larger cousins.

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J.S. Leonard ·
if you like a small knife that is overbuilt over engineered in extremely useful all while being unique then the Benchmade 756 is definitely for you. As you can tell from the photo this is absolutely one of my favorite knives. It is an insanely fun knife to fidget with, but it is also a good user. I've seen several reviews of people who had the knife momentarily or didn't understand how the lock bar adjustment works or they just weren't small knife users. But most of these reviews have all been negative because they were short-term or they lacked an understanding of the mechanics of the knife. If you're going to buy and carry a mouse knife AKA small folder, then you have to understand that it is just that a small knife you can't expect to be able to get the same performance of a full size folder from a micro knife. Yet the 756 can almost fill that role. I'm on this knife for a couple of years now and I can honestly say that I have never once while carrying and or using the 756 ever been in won't or need of a larger knife.

From my understanding the 756 has been discontinued so I'm sure the prices are going to go through the roof but if you can get your hands on one or a used one I cannot recommend it enough.