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Tell me about HK Tactical Knives?

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Daniel Boone Dunn, Nov 13, 2020.

  1. Daniel Boone Dunn

    Daniel Boone Dunn

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    Nov 3, 2020
    For 25years i own many HK firearms but i never thought about trying HK Tactical Knives until now, because i’ve always owned and carried Benchmade Tactical Knives.
    Can people that own HK tactical knives tell me which models, and what your likes about them are??
    OR can Anyone tell me how they like or dislike HK tactical knives??
    Thank You, and have a great weekend.
    Daniel
     
  2. jeffsenpai

    jeffsenpai Gold Member Gold Member

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    Feb 24, 2010
    I have several HK Knives, when they were partnered with Benchmade. Quality is good like any other Benchmade, and there are several models out there in different styles. The HK Snody Tanto I have is excellent in quality, these Snody designed models were some of the first Benchmades/HKs that were knocked off/copied by Ganzo.

    My later HKs still under the Benchmade umbrella are more generic Chinese manufacture. Workmanlike designs with assisted opening. Not bad, just different.

    HK now is partnered with Hogue. No idea on current designs. Still likely very good!
     
  3. Weasipoint

    Weasipoint Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

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    Aug 8, 2019
    Posted in wrong post
     
  4. 115Italian

    115Italian

    Nov 13, 2015
    They were produced by benchmade but now Hogue produces them. From what I’ve heard, Hogue does a better job with them.
     
  5. E.D.C.

    E.D.C. Gold Member Gold Member

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    Nov 7, 2016
    Not impressed with them, Benchmade or Hogue.
     
  6. Daniel Boone Dunn

    Daniel Boone Dunn

    6
    Nov 3, 2020
    Ok thank you sir, sorry, i’m New,,, haha,,,
    with the thought of learning, would you please tell me which post this should be posted in? Because before i originally posted i looked through the whole list of posts and several of the “instructions for posting” posts, and i didn't see anywhere other better. Thank you in advance for your help.
     
    Last edited: Nov 15, 2020
  7. Lee D

    Lee D Basic Member Basic Member

    May 27, 2013
    You’re fine, I’m guessing the comment was to clarify that Weasipoint accidentally posted in the wrong thread, and then edited it.
     
  8. Weasipoint

    Weasipoint Gold Member Gold Member Basic Member

    285
    Aug 8, 2019
    Yes I'm sorry, I had posted my own comment in the wrong section, no issues with your post
     
  9. Knives&Lint

    Knives&Lint DOES Go Chasing Waterfalls Platinum Member

    May 10, 2013
    If you're an Hk aficionado, it might be worth it to you to track down one of the above mentioned (long since discontinued) Snody designed AXIS lock knives by Benchmade. There a few different variants, all great knives with a bit of a cult following. I got one as my first "good" knife back in the day when I was mostly interested in firearms, and to this day it is my favorite Benchmade. Keep in mind that this is a 10-15 year old model however, and not always easy to find. There were some later Hk Benchmade AXIS models released over the years, solid knives but a bit less refined feeling. There were a couple interesting autos as well. For some reason that I could never figure out, at some point BM decided to position the Hk sub-brand as a budget line. Stick with the USA made stuff and you should be good.

    As mentioned, current production of Hk branded knives is done by Hogue. I haven't tried any of the line, but as far as I'm concerned you can't go wrong with Hogue. Highly regarded by most all, and I've been impressed with every one I've owned.


    Here's my Benchmade Snody Hk. IIRC the model # is 14250 and other variants of the model are in the #142XX range.

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    And here's a later model AXIS lock Hk by Benchmade. A great knife IMO, but as I mentioned a bit less smooth and refined feeling than the one above. Still a favorite of mine though.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. Daniel Boone Dunn

    Daniel Boone Dunn

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    Nov 3, 2020
    Haha, Ok yeah, that’s no problem sir, no need to apologize. Enjoy the weekend :)
     

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