Benchmade 756 Titanium Micro Flipper Knife

May 22, 2018

Category: Gear

As advocates of all types of everyday carry, we stand firm in our belief that everyone should carry a knife. But we understand that a massive folder isn’t an option or wanted by many people. But you don’t have to have anything huge in order to have something great – as evidenced by Benchmade’s new 756.

Based on Shane Sibert’s original MPR, this pocket knife has a blade that’s less than 2-inches in length – making it perfect for completely discreet carry. But it doesn’t lack in quality, as it is build from a combination of 20CV steel and titanium. Furthermore, the flipper style makes for silky smooth deployment and doubles as a finger guard during use. Lastly, the frame lock is sure to keep the blade safe and secure during operation. For $400, this is a truly exceptional knife in an impressively small package.

Purchase: $400

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