Benchmade infidel

hunter0925

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Going to sell my Benchmade infidel. The knife has some scuffs and scratches as can be seen in the pics but no blade knicks or problems. MSRP is $495 and cheapest I can find it online for is $420. I am willing to trade for another quality fixed blade or folding knife more suited to hunting or survival. Will sell for $275 obo.
 

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Sealesniper

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How well does it hold an edge? I have had several Benchmades that are good but had one mini barrage what could not cut water.

If it has good blade retention, I am interested.
 

hunter0925

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How well does it hold an edge? I have had several Benchmades that are good but had one mini barrage what could not cut water.

If it has good blade retention, I am interested.
I will be honest and tell you that I don't know. I picked it up used and have never used it myself other than playing with it. I only carry benchmade anymore and all of mine are great at edge retention.
 

XSIVSPD

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How well does it hold an edge? I have had several Benchmades that are good but had one mini barrage what could not cut water.

If it has good blade retention, I am interested.


D2 steel is a good knife steel. It should hold an edge for quite a while. It's a good step up from the 154cm that is standard on most Benchmade knives in my opinion. It wont take quite as fine of an edge as 154cm, but most people can't sharpen well enough to notice,and it will hold a working edge longer.

It will also take you longer to sharpen lol.
 

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