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Benchmade Adamas Sibert Knife Review

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In honor of American soldier's commitment to their nation, Shane Sibert designed the Benchmade Adamas Sibert 275 knife with quality in mind. This knife stands up to it in every sense of the word, although it isn't classified as a military knife. It is a sizable top quality knife, one of Benchmade's toughest full-size folders. The cost, between $165.00 and $195.00. According to one Benchmade Adamas Sibert reviewer, "it's hardy and well balanced," and from another customer, "it is the stoutest, strongest knife that Benchmade has made." 

The fine thing about Benchmade knives is their life warranty. This knife falls into the Extreme Responsibility or Black Class group. The model 275 has a jimped thumb control that provides owners control over the cutting action when making cuts that are finer, yet while making heavy cuts, it also functions as a safety guard. Its 3.82 inch blade is made of black semi stainless tool steel that's 0.16 inches thick. As a wilderness survival knife, it is strong and sharp, perfect for endeavors that are significant. 

It weighs 7.7 oz. The G-10 boxy tangent handle length measures 4.88 inches and with over-size phosphor washers and with a big axis lock, it is easy to open with one hand. While some owners believe that the knife is a bit hefty, it has been designed with three big holes drilled through the scales and double tool steel liners to lighten it up a bit.

 The Benchmade Sibert 275 has a coated BK1 semi stainless steel black matte finish in the blade that's not weak, yet it does need some care to help keep it rust and corrosion . The drop point tip is strong enough for heavy duty use.



This knife has a MOLLE pocket clip pouch made of nylon fabric that's use is advised to stop accidental opening during use. The handle length of the knife measures 4.99 inches and the stainless steel liners are 0.73 inches thick, so it is quite permanent. 

Pros and cons: Owners say in the Benchmade Adamas Sibert review that it is made for quick deployment that is dependable along with the time-tested steel is tough wearing. 

From way back its name means "invincible" in Greek, this knife stands up to it in every sense of the word. It's additionally obtainable in a serrated model #275 SBKSN. The spine of the knife has a log swedge and jimped thumb rise for making finer cuts when making longer cuts that also behave as a safeguard. 

Benchmade makes a top quality product and part of every sale is given to the Ranger Assistance Foundation. 


Posted Jan 07, 2015 at 10:53am