Benchmade 140 Nimravus Knife

Benchmade 140 Nimravus Knife
Benchmade 140 Nimravus Knife
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140 Nimravus Knife by Benchmade
When you find yourself needing a burly knife to get the job done, the 140 Nimravus Knife from Benchmade fits the bill. A stainless steel blade supplies a sharp edge that cuts rope, webbing, or anything else you might need to quickly slice. An included nylon sheath stores the knife and protects the edge when not in use.

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SKU: BEN000X
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