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Benchmade Bone Collector Knife 15005-2 Plain Edge Walnut Handle


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  • D2 tool steel (60-62HRC)
  • Contoured G10 handle with rib cage pattern for extra grip
  • Handles are available in either black or layered green/black G10

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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

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004OKD1S0
  • Item model number: 15005-2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #563,799 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's beautiful to look at, relatively lightweight, and finely-crafted.
Amazon Customer
They aren't; the walnut handles are significantly thinner than those of the micarta folder.
Jason Brown
If I've gotten it really messay, warm, soapy water and a brillo pad clean it just fine.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 9, 2012
I bought this knife to replace the Buck 119 hunter that I've had for years. The Buck is just too big and awkward for general tasks, good as it is. I wanted one knife that would handle everything from camp, cooking and woodcraft chores to skinning and boning an elk. I don't think it will fillet a fish, but it does wonders for cleaning them!

The Bone Collector is perfectly balanced, very sharp, very strong and holds an edge very, very well. I've only seen one reviewer complaining about rust on the D2 blade (the one here on Amazon), but I haven't had any problems, even in the rain. Like any high carbon steel knife, use a little gun oil when you do your edge maintenance and you won't have any rust. I've got several high carbon steel knives and tools and don't have any rust problems. I don't buy cheap stainless knives anymore - constantly having to re-sharpen them gets old fast, and they just don't hold up to the use/abuse I put them through.

The ergonomics on this knife are great. It balances perfectly on the index finger and the texture on the scales prevent slipping when wet or bloody. I've used the knife with several different grips: standard hammer grip, thumb over the spine for more control, choked up with the index finger over the spine for finer work, reversed for draw strokes on wood, etc., and it is comfortable in all of them. For the beefiness of the blade, the knife feels really light in the hand.

The sheath isn't too bad, but could use a little work. Sometimes when I'm sheathing the knife, the inner contours make the knife twist a little bit, and the blade digs into the leather on the way in. On the other hand, I like the thumb snap more than I thought I would - one handed operation is very intuitive.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NatureGuy360 on August 10, 2012
I purchased this knife as a collector's piece, and I have no intentions of ever hard using the blade. However, I have ran this knife through a few paper test, and it slices smoother, cleaner, and faster than any other knife I have ever owned! Like many knives made by Benchmade, this knife means business.

What attracted me most about this knife was the walnut wood handles, and the leather sheath. Not to mention the menacing Bone Collector logo "burnt" into one side of the wooden handle.

Overall the knife feels very comfortable, and balanced in the hand. It features a full tang, and traction groves along the entire metal part of the handle. However, each groove has been rounded too much, and is spaced too far apart for any real traction control. The knife makes up for this downfall by featuring excellent ribbing in the beautiful walnut handle.

The leather sheath truly is the "icing on the cake" for this great knife. The sheath is custom fitted for the knife, and uses a high quality snap closure. The threading appears to be a tough nylon, or similar material, and the stitching is on par. The belt loop lacks a tactical quick release, but one shouldn't be needed for this style of blade.

This is easily my favorite massed produced knife in my collection, and is a true compliment to any hunter, or outdoorsman. I give this knife a solid five stars out of five.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Eric Schlosser on February 23, 2013
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great all around knife. balance is fantastic. not too big for a belt knife which is nice. use it daily. really couldn't be happier with this purchase!!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 25, 2013
There's a lot to like with this knife. It's beautiful to look at, relatively lightweight, and finely-crafted. I'm confident the D2 blade will take a keen edge and hold it.

There's just one thing that doesn't suit me, really, and that's the grip. The handle is just a tad too small to be comfortable in my average-sized hand. It looks as if the design placed visual elegance as a primary consideration - maybe the same with weight-reduction. And it's very successful in those regards. However, gripping it firmly is uncomfortable for me. If the grip were about 10 percent larger, perhaps even just fatter if not longer, it would be about perfect.

It's a likable and aesthetically-pleasing knife though, and will probably find a home in my office for light-duty jobs that don't require a forceful grip, like letter and package opening.
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I have the BC folder in micarta and I hoped that the handles would be the same size. They aren't; the walnut handles are significantly thinner than those of the micarta folder. It is a well constructed knife built from D2 tool steel but its just too small in the handle for me.
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