Question of the Day: Which new Benchmade would you want?


Which new Benchmade would you want to have?

The PR parade continues, but Benchmade gives me a way to liven it up with the above graphic. With them all in one place, it makes for a good Question of the Day:

Which of the new knives catches your eye? Any look like dogs to you?

We have reviewed the Steep Country earlier this year, and several of us talk about our Mini Grips (and a couple who have been disappointed with said knife). David has played around with aftermarket scales. I was hoping to review a Serum now that automatics are legal in Tennessee, but TTAK doesn’t yet have the juice to make that happen. Bummer.

Press release below the jump has more details on the new models and this year’s offerings.


(Oregon City, Oregon) Benchmade Knife Company, manufacturer of premium sports cutlery, unveils an array of new products at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV.

In addition to fourteen new models and a new mechanism with the Ambidextrous Push-Button, Benchmade will also unveil its new iconography guide to better assist customers in navigating the Benchmade portfolio of products.

The Ambidextrous Push-button mechanism is the latest innovation from Benchmade that is highlighted by its functionality and strength and will be offered in an assisted-opening configuration and an automatic-opening configuration.

Along with this new mechanism Benchmade will also unveil a new out-the-front (OTF) automatic (3320 Pegan), two new large fixed blades (153BK Jungle Bolo and the 154BK Jungle Clip-point), a new fixed blade water knife (112 H2O) and a push-button automatic with G10 handle scales (4300).

HK Knives, a part of the Benchmade portfolio, will introduce a mixture of new models and new color variants for existing models.

You can experience all these new products at the Benchmade booth (#10357) this week at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV going on January 20th through the 23rd.


  1. Sean says:

    i really like the 761, full ti knife. It looks very cool without being flashy. I’ve also seen on Instagram where Will Moon has modified some of them and look really cool.

  2. The HK knives have zero appeal for me. The Steep Country that you reviewed sounds awesome and is the one I am most interested in. Just need to justify spending $120ish on a knife that I will only use when fishing/hiking etc. When something like that Utica Catskill hunter(around $40) I already own and works great.

  3. duroSig556R says:

    I’d really like to see some 4″ models. Large blades are so tough to find from the likes of Benchmade and others these days.

  4. Sam L. says:

    The Blue Class on the far right might be OK, but the picture is just too fuzzy for me.

    1. Click on the image. The loaded file is much cleaner than the embed.

      1. Sam L. says:

        Not enough for my eyes.

  5. Jon M. says:

    I’m seriously diggin’ the bolo machete thing.

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