Benchmade Mini-Barrage Folding Knife w/ 2.91in Blade

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Benchmade Mini-Barrage Folding Knife is a compact, highly responsive folding knife for both tactical and everyday situations. This useful Benchmade knife features an exceedingly thin (just 0.1" thick) mini drop point blade made from durable 154CM stainless steel. This nimble little blade is opened using Benchmade's patented AXIS Assist blade deployment mechanism, which uses dual ambidextrous thumb studs to activate the blade of the Bench Made Mini Barrage Drop Point Folder Knife at will. The handle of the knife is comfortable as well, with ergonomic texture and a contoured grip that will improve your control over the knife. A reversible, bright split arrow pocket clip makes carrying this tiny but effective knife a simple task. For an award winning pocket knife that both tactical operators and civilians will love, choose the Benchmade Mini-Barrage 154CM Steel Folding Knife.


RATING
94.75 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Specifications for Benchmade Miniature Barrage AXIS Assist Knife:

Knife Type: Folding knife
Blade Length: 2.91"
Blade Thickness: 0.1"
Handle Thickness: 0.57"
Blade Material: 154CM stainless steel
Blade Hardness: 58-61 HRC
Blade Type: Mini-Drop Point
Weight: 3.4 oz
Locking Mechanism: AXIS Assist
Overall Length: 6.91"
Closed Length: 4"

Features of Bench Made Mini-Barrage Folder Knife w/ Pocket Clip:

  • Compact and efficient folding knife by Benchmade and Osborne Design
  • Nimble, 0.10" thick blade made from 154CM stainless steel
  • Mini-drop point tip for added cutting power
  • AXIS Assist spring-loaded assisted blade deployment mechanism
  • Dual ambidextrous thumb studs for easy opening
  • Well-designed handle with comfortable grip
  • Reversible, bright split arrow pocket clip

1-Benchmade Mini-Barrage Folding Knife w/ 2.91in Blade
2-Benchmade Mini-Barrage Folding Knife w/ 2.91in Blade

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Comments
Leif - Add Reply

This is my go to EDC and has been for at least 5 years. Perfect size for a front or back pocket. I enjoy the axis assist opening and would rate it to be smoother, stronger, and easier to initiate than the assist opening of my Kershaw Blur or Gerber Propel. After 5 years of daily use the axis assist is just as strong as it was the first day. Fully ambidextrous, bilateral opening thumb studs, and reversible pocket clips. I also appreciate the spine safety lock that can be deployed when the knife is open or closed to lock the blade in its current position. I typically use a serrated drop point blade. The 154CM steel blade retains edge and sharpness well, yet is easy to sharpen. For the black coated blades, the coating will wear off where the blade is sharpened to show the satin blade underneath but otherwise the coating has maintained even through heavy use. If considering the Barrage family, the full size (580) to me is too big to carry on one's self but is suitable to go in a backpack. The only concern I can share for a potential buyer is the Valox handle material could be slippery when wet to some (other grip materials are available). I personally have never had a grip issue even when the handle is wet but I use it for everyday use and have not had to use it in a emergency scenario where I can not afford some care to the safe use of the knife. To note, Benchmade has updated the knife offering it with S30V steel blades and grey G10 handles if that is your preference. ... Read More...

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Jalen - Add Reply

I bought this knife for everyday carry and that is what it is best at. Light weight and small size make this knife easy to pocket carry. The spring assist is very useful for one hand operation. The blade is plenty large enough for everyday tasks and the coating seems to be tough enough to hold up for the long haul.

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