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Discussion in 'Benchmade Knife Company' started by Garrett Peters, Sep 10, 2017.
AFCK Axis lock
710 and 755
I certainly agree about the big Rukus and am standing on the dock right next to you. I don't really care if I'm the original owner or not, but won't pay a king's ransom for one.
710s, 705s, and Strykers are great knives and their discontinuations are disappointing, but I'm all set with multiples of each. I also have one each of 800 and 806 AFCKs and a TSEK, but would like to see those models back updated. Ares would be nice too.
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AFCK and TSEK, definite must haves in my book!
Axis lock AFCK and full sized Rukus. Gimme, gimme, gimme.
The 755, which I thought was the best folding hunting knife ever made. SOLID AND EXTREMELY WELL MADE!
The 755 was a little heavy in the pocket. But yes bombproof. Coming around to the stock clip not working, BKC replaced it with a stainless version that was MUCH better. Nice Sibert collaboration!
I'd also like to see the 7505 series come back with a severely-reduced price tag.
710 here as well
a larger 720, say 3.5". a 710 in s90v and of course another AFCK
710 in M4
940 in M4
Afaik, Both were previous runs, so they should qualify.
690-BC1, switched for tip-up carry and with a frame-lock. 730.
This x1000. The big MPR design with the hidden auto feature was SO cool
AFCK / Mini AFCK, 970 SpecWar, and the 42.