Benchmade Triage Knife

Benchmade Triage Knife
$165.75
Triage Knife by Benchmade
Price subject to change | SKU: BEN3319

Benchmade Triage Knife

Benchmade designed its 915 and 916 Triage Knife to be used both for emergencies as well as day-to-day tasks. After a good sharpening, this blade is incredibly strong and sharp, but the tip is either sheepsfoot rounded (915) or flat (916) in order to prevent piercing. The safety cutter cuts through cords and seat belts easily, and it is closely rounded so it'd be hard to cut yourself when you close it. The carbide glass breaker is at the bottom of the handle and is safe against skin so you don't have to worry about it when it's attached to your pocket with the knife's reversible, deep-carry pocket clip. The G10 handle is textured and lined with stainless steel for comfort, and the size is great for people with smaller hands. Lefties rejoice, for this knife is completely ambidextrous.

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