Benchmade, maker of really great knives, came out with one that is my current favorite. It is in their "Gold Class" line and is a limited edition knife "“ the 7505-131 Dual-Action. Not the sexiest name in the world, and what the heck is dual-action mean anyways? Easier to show you than tell you, but it is pretty darn cool. Watch the video of this cool knife in action after the break.
First off there are two versions of the Benchmade Sibert Dual-Action Knife, the 7505-131 (limited to 100pcs) and the 7505-132. The main difference is in the grip which is made of carbon fiber and the bronze anodized machined titanium handles and thumb studs.
Blade Length: 3.90″
Blade Thickness: 0.150″
Handle Thickness: 0.054″
Blade Material: M390 Stainless Steel
Blade Hardness: 60-62HRC
Blade Style: Drop-Point
Pocket Clip: Bronze Anodized, Tip-Down
Lock Mechanism: Dual-Action Titanium Framelock
Overall Length: 9.08″
Closed Length: 5.18″
Sheath Material: Sold Separately
Very nice, but not cheap. The green one is around $600 and the carbon one is around $1200! Ouch.
So now that I actually have the knife… my one complaint is that it is way too big.
Russ do you have the -131 or -132?? Email me please at ___________________.
Steve – I don’t have one for sale. I will keep my eyes open though.