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Rogue Benchmade Griptilian

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Rogue Benchmade Griptilian

Premium-Grade, American-Made Tactical Knife

The exclusive Rogue Griptilian is laser-cut, CNC-machined, and hand-assembled in the USA by Benchmade—one of the leading names in quality tactical and survival knives for more than 25 years.

The Griptilian includes Benchmade’s patented Axis® locking mechanism (manual-opening) and a 16mm thick nylon handle with a grip-friendly black finish. The 3.88 oz. drop-point blade is made from premium-grade stainless steel with a uniform carbide distribution and precision-machined edge. It’s corrosion resistant and extremely versatile, making it equally effective for tactical, outdoors, or regular household use.

The Rogue logo is featured on the blade.

Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Premium-Grade Stainless Steel Blade – Drop Point
  • Blade Length: 3.45” (8.76cm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.115” (2.92mm)
  • Blade Weight: 3.88 oz (110g)
  • Nylon Handle with Black finish
  • Handle Thickness: 0.64” (16.26mm)
  • Manual-opening Axis® Mechanism
  • Clip: Standard, Reversible Tip-Up position

Gear Specs

Brand Benchmade
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 3.88 oz (110g)
Length 3.45” (8.76cm)
Width (Thickness) 0.115” (2.92mm)
Material Type Stainless Steel
Rogue Benchmade Griptilian is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough enough for Ranger School One caveat- I bought the mini-Griptilian at Commandos in Columbus, GA before I started Ranger School. It's the smaller version of this knife with a drop point tip. I used that thing for everything, from sharpening sticks for terrain models, cutting 550 cord, to opening MREs and tightening screws on my weapons. I even used it to replace electrical cable for one of the radios on a field expedient antenna. This thing kept up for the most part, but I needed to sharpen it every couple of days to keep it useful and safe. It never broke or chipped. The handle is textures well and overall it just feels good to use. It was probably the most loaned out and used knife of August through October of 2015- in spite of the fact that there was a literal Cutlery of other benchmade, SOG, Blackhawk!, Gerber, and Leatherman knives around. If that isn't a stamp of approval, I don't know what is.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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