Benchmade 480-131 Gold Class Shoki Folding Knife 2.89" Drop Point M390 Stainless Steel Blade Carbon Fiber and Abalone Handle
The Benchmade Gold Class Shoki features the same flat ground M390 Super Steel blade as the original but now sports a polished convex edge opposite the crowned spine. Additional improvements are the use of 24 kt gold plated hardware and jeweled and anodized titanium liners. The most striking difference in this Gold Class knife is definitely the use of polished green abalone onlays on the carbon fiber handle scales. Sure to be a conversation starter and a treasured part of any collection. The Benchmade Gold Class 480-131 Shoki is only available in limited quantities, get yours while you can.
- Folding or Fixed Blade: Folding
- Blade Steel: M390
- Handle Material: Carbon Fiber and Polished Green Abalone
- Blade Shape: Drop Point
- Serrated: No
- Pocket Clip: No
- Carry Options: Pouch with Pocket Clip
- Locking Mechanism: Nak-Lok
- Blade Finish: DLC Coated
- Rockwell Hardness: 60-62 HRC
- Opening Method: Dual Thumb Stud
- Blade length: 2.92"
- Closed Length: 3.79"
- Overall Length: 6.67"
- Weight: 1.8 oz
- Made in the USA
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