Benchmade Knives For Sale Overview
Features of Benchmade 3300 Infidel
In addition to the incredibly stable, fast action and the rugged, pure tactical nature of the knife, the Infidel has a cool factor that is hard to describe without physically experiencing it. MOLLE compatible. Made in USA.
Benchmade 3300 Infidel Specifications
- Blade Edge: Plain
- Blade Finish/Color: Satin
- Blade Steel: D2 (60-62 HRC)
- Blade Style/Shape: Double-Edge Dagger
- Clip Type: Deep-Carry, MALICE CLIP (MOLLE Compatible)
- Clip Position: Tip-Down
- Glass Breaker: No
- Handle Material: 6061-T6 Aluminum
- Lanyard Hole: No
- MOLLE Compatible: Yes
- Sheath Type: Cordura
- Use: Tactical
- Blade Style: Plain Double-Edge Dagger
- Handle Material:
- Blade Finish: Satin Blade
- Steel: D2 (60-62) Handle Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum (Black)
- Designer: McHenry & Williams
- Mechanism: Out-the-Front
- Action: Automatic-opening
- Blade Steel: D2 (60-62 HRC)
- Blade Length: 3.91″ (9.93cm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.118″ (3.00mm)
- Open Length: 8.91″ (22.63cm)
- Closed Length: 5.00″ (12.70cm)
- Handle Thickness: 0.59″ (14.99mm)
- Weight: 4.90oz. (138.91g)
FAQ On Benchmade Knives & Benchmade Infidel
- What is Benchmade known for?
Benchmade also became (and remains to this day) the world leader in automatic knife manufacturing and began to supply military units.
- What’s special about Benchmade knives?
They are good because they use high-quality materials that won’t break. Benchmade uses premium quality steels like CPM-S30V, CPM-S90V, and CPM-154, these steels are among the best you can get for a reasonable price. Benchmade also has good heat treats, good handle materials, and good finishes.
- Why is Benchmade so popular?
The Benchmade Knives are well-known for their longevity because of their materials and design. This quality standard ensures you can enjoy your blade for years without worrying about its durability or safety. Also, these knives are easy to sharpen and maintain, allowing you to keep them in good condition for a long time.
- What Benchmade does the military use?
Our military grade knives are unmatched when it comes to combat and tactical situations. View our top of the line Autocrat double-edge dagger knives. This knife is Benchmade’s first out-the-front (OTF) to use composite handles.
- What is the Benchmade Infidel used for?
The Benchmade Infidel is a double-action automatic knife that can both deploy and retract the blade at the flip of the button. It does both with a seriously satisfying sound and feel, to the point where we found ourselves deploying and retracting the blade in stray moments just for fun.
- How much does a Benchmade Infidel cost?
The Infidel has a double action which provides automatic two-way movement through a single button or lever. With its launch MSRP of $450 Benchmade was clearly targeting the top end of the OTF segment and also aiming directly at competitors like Microtech and Protech.
FAQ On Automatic Knives & Fixed Blade Knives
- What is the point of an automatic knife?
An automatic knife is a knife that opens itself when the user pushes a button. Autos fall into two broad categories: side-opening automatic knives and out-the-front automatic knives (or OTFs). Automatic knives allow for one-handed opening, fast deployment, and also easy operation in the absence of fine motor skills.
- Is an automatic knife the same as a switchblade?
A switchblade (also known as switch knife, automatic knife, pushbutton knife, ejector knife, flick knife, Stiletto, flick blade, or spring knife (Sprenger, Springer)) is a pocketknife with a sliding or pivoting blade contained in the handle which is extended automatically by a spring when a button, lever, or switch on.
- What are fixed blade knives good for?
When it comes to the definition of a fixed blade knife, these knives are fixed in one place, and you cannot fold down their blade. These are considered strong knives and provide good performance when used for various purposes, such as hunting; it enables hunters to use them firmly because of their immovable parts.
- What defines a fixed blade knife?
A fixed-blade knife is a type of knife that has a blade permanently fixed into the handle. The blade and handle are usually made of one piece of metal, which makes it more durable and stronger than a folding knife.
- Should you carry a fixed blade knife?
Fixed-blade knives are only for self defense.
99.9% of the time, you’ll be using your knife for all the other tasks you need it for during the course of the day. However, you can’t underestimate the peace of mind that comes with carrying a blade that’s reliable and accessible in a self-defense situation.
FAQ On Pocket Knives
- What is the point of a pocket knife?
It’s also known as a folding knife or a jackknife. Pocket knives have been around for more than 2000 years. They are versatile and can also be used for anything, from opening envelopes to peeling fruit to camping, and even self-defense.
- What are the pros and cons of carrying a pocket knife?
Con: It wears out pockets, and the bigger it is the faster it wears a hole in your pocket. Pro: You can use it for opening boxes, cutting string and also whittling. Con: If you are not careful you could cut your fingers. Pro: A well designed hinge in a pocket knife can be almost as strong as a regular knife.
- Why do pocket knives have 3 blades?