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Benchmade 551S Griptilian Pardue

SKU: 551S
Benchmade 551S Griptilian Pardue

Description: Benchmade 551S Griptilian Pardue

The Benchmade Griptilian has a modified drop-point, ComboEdge blade made of 154CM steel. This knife features Benchmade's Axis Locking mechanism with ambidextrous thumb-stud opener. The handle is made of tough Noryl GTX material. The Griptilian is in Benchmade's Pardue Design line and is proudly made in the USA.

Features of the Benchmade 551S Griptilian Pardue

  • Weight: 3.82oz.
  • Blade Thickness: 0.115 in.
  • Blade Material: 154CM Stainless Steel
  • Handle Material: Black Handles: Noryl GTX, Other Colors: Grivory
  • Blade Length: 3.45 in.
  • Blade Hardness: 58-60HRC
  • Overall Length: 8.07 in.
  • Closed Length: 4.62 in.
  • Lock Mechanism: AXIS
  • Pocket Clip: Black, Reversible, Tip-Up
  • Blade Style: Modified Drop-Point



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  Benchmade 551S Griptilian Pardue

REVIEWED BY:    2008-07-11

"Overview: I have the Benchmade Griptilian model 551SBK. The 551 series are the Griptilans with the thumbstud. Mine is partially serrated, and has a black coating on the blade, along with a black handle. My review should apply to all of the full sized griptilans, however the ones without the black coating on the blade will not resist rust as well. First Impression: Got the package in the mail today. Gotta say that Benchmade’s packaging wasn’t what I expected, which gave me a slightly lower impression than at first, but on second thought, it is much nicer than many other knife packages I have seen, and plus, it included a nice little nylon pouch to store your knife in. I also noticed that the knife wasn’t packaged with silica gel, which I would have expected, but at that point I am splitting hairs. Now to the knife: As I opened the knife up for the first time, I noticed a little grease that was on the blade near the handle. Probably to keep water off of the moving parts. Doesn’t look as good when you open "

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