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Benchmade Axis Flipper Knife

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  • AXIS locking mechanism
  • Drop-point blade with flipper and ambidextrous dual thumb-stud opener
  • 154CM stainless steel blade (58-61 HRC)
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Product Description

For two decades Benchmade has been committed to designing and manufacturing world-class sports cutlery and edged tools. We continually strive to manufacture high quality products that will deliver superior performance and provide great value for our customers. Whether you are using a Griptilian as a basic cutting tool or one of our professional grade rescue hooks to perform a quick cut in an emergency situation, you can count on your Benchmade to get the job done.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00ALVD8VG
  • Item model number: 300SN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,776 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very solid knife.
ride
This knife has a super smooth action that opens with just a small pull of the finger and flip of the wrist and it locks tight with the axis lock.
lars
Fits my hand well and the textured g10 provides a lot of extra grip. nice thick steel liners.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By 415man on January 23, 2013
Rated 4 stars for Benchmade quality, "tacticoolness", fit and finish, and for just fun playtime (thumbstuds, axis lock, AND flipper!!!). Missing the 5th star because of the cost for a small (3.05"), weight (4.8 oz for a small folder) and COST! Since this is a relatively new knife, here are the specs taken from an ebay seller's site:

Specifications:
OverallLength: 7.15"
BladeLength: 3.05"
BladeThickness: 0.145"
BladeMaterial: 154CM Stainless Steel
BladeHardness: 58-61HRC
BladeStyle: Drop-Point with Ambidextrous Thumb-Studs
ClosedLength: 4.10"
HandleThickness: 0.59"
Weight:4.8 oz.
PocketClip: Tip-up, sliver, deep-carry
LockMechanism: AXIS
Made in the USA

My background in the military, law enforcement and martial arts focuses on the defensive purposes of knives first and everything else secondarily. So I dont look for things to cut, baton, etc. I do collect knives and they tend to be larger in size 3.75" plus. Usually I utilize a three knife EDC system. Currently, my rotation is the Sog Pentagon II, Spyderco Endura and Kershaw Leek. The mid-size knife serves as a back-up to the two other blades. The benchmade 300 "flipper" is somewhere between my small and medium sized knives. And thats kind of the downside (for me). Its too bulky for my small blade and the blade is smaller than i like for my mid-sized blade. However, it would fit in a two blade edc as the small-to-medium folder. Another downside, is the Benchmade cost (which means pushing my knife budget on a retirees salary to the hilt (pun intended)! I bought this on Ebay at a considerably cheaper price but still $100 plus. I guess the disappointment is not getting a lot of blade "length" for the money.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jake1978 on January 20, 2013
I bought this knife about a month ago. It's probably one of the best everyday carry knives I've ever bought.I was a little worried at first because its stainless steel but it is doing a great job of holding an edge. It is a very well balanced knife and the Axis flip lock is an awesome feature.The grip is also one of the best I have experienced. I look forward to every time I get to use it, and would recommend it to anyone.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark on July 27, 2013
I was looking around for another blade that wasn't the standard black. I was also looking for something that was a bit smaller in size, but not too small. Seems everyone was freaking out when I whipped out my 3.5"ish blades. I'm so use to that size for my primary EDC, it's not a big deal. However, people who don't carry a blade always took a step back when I took out my blade.

I have a ZT560 and love the blade, but it has the same effect as described. So I dropped down to a Kershaw knockout. Absolutely love that blade. Very thin, lightweight and it still has a lot of blade..same as the XT560. The deployment is wicked fast. There's nothing wrong with it other than I'd like a little color.

The reviews have been mixed and even Nutnfancy reversed course on this blade. He gave it a thumbs down after working with it for a while. He's a bit of a fanatic on POU with weight being his primary concern.

After watching his review, I decided I had to have the blade because it was exactly what I was looking for.

I just got it today and my initial view is the 300SN is exactly what I'm looking for.

First, it is just one cool knife to look at and to play with. The blade is just a little shorter, but the G10 sculpted scales give it a ton of refinement. The ultra deep carry clip is awesome and is of the same design as the Kershaw knockout I like so much. The retention is perfect..it won't shred your pocket like the cold steel clips do, but I'm not afraid of it flying out of my pocket at 75mph on my bike either.

While the handle is a bit shorter, it provides plenty of grip with my pinky still on the handle. I have big hands, but I certainly don't feel like the blade is unstable at all. The knife is thicker than many blades..
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David M. Holmes on January 30, 2013
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This is my first Benchmade and I am happy with my purchase. It's not too big for EDC, it's built like a tank, looks good, and it's the first axis lock "flipper" style knife they've made, which makes it a somewhat novel knife, above and beyond the fact it's a Benchmade. I'm sure someone can find a fault with it, but then there is always someone who can. As for me, this appears as though it will easily withstand what I will put it through and likely become a nice heirloom.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tripwire on July 19, 2013
I was hesitant about this knife because although I loved the design, blade, and handle, it seemed like a contradiction to have both a flipper and an axis lock. However, it is by far the best of both worlds!

The flip aspect is wonderful because it does not require a flick of the wrist like the axis lock does. With nothing but a index finger twitch, the thick blade snaps into action. And the flipping trigger makes a fine finger guard.

This is not a bushcraft knife so the handle was designed for only several holding positions. If you want a different grip, then there are thousands of other choices so don't complain about this knife by wishing it was something different. It is an excellent blend of function and art so if you don't appreciate it, then don't buy it.

The blade is thick like the Benchmade Sibert Design MPR Drop-Point with Titanium Mono-Lock Knife but with a much better feel and a more usable blade size and shape. I had been thinking long and hard about the 755, but just couldn't stomach the frame lock. The 300 is so much more the knife I want to carry. The 755 got me dreaming, but the Benchmade 300 got my money.

I have plenty of other Benchmades that occupy other niches, but this flipper is pure fun to open and use.

Ignore the neigh-sayers and enjoy the heck out of this blade. It's worth every penny!

Update:
After a few more months of EDC, I love this knife even more. I have also met more distractors who don't like it based on pictures or gear review hearsay. There is a Shotshow youtube video where a gearhead gets a personal heads-up of the new 2013 blades by the Benchmade rep.
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