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Benchmade 550 Griptilian Review and Use

Please do not forget to comment like share and subscribe if you want to see more awesome, Alaskan content like that right into this review. This is actually the first benchmade night I ever got and it’s been a pretty awesome.

Benchmade I’ve carried it for quite a few years. I don’t really religiously carry it anymore, as there are other options and, of course, being an EDC care reviewer. I try and keep more knives running through the rotation, but this knife kind of is special because it is my first bunch mate and I ever thought, and so that’s why I’ve kind of kept it around and the other reason I’ve kept around is because it is Still, even though it has hateful serrations on it, it still is a pretty capable knife overall, especially in an everyday, carry setting, and so once again does, unfortunately have serrations, but back when I was first getting this knife.

If I was kind of one of those kids at that time, I really liked the whole black blades and serrations, and all that kind of fancy stuff that really it was kind of a trend of being cool. But the trend didn’t really last because practically plain edges just end up being better overall, so yeah. That is, but it’s basically why this one has serrations on it and, as you guys will notice, I tried my hardest.

It still was a little bit hard, but as I was processing up that pizza box of an awesome pizza company, I was trying to actually split some of the testing between just the straightedge in just the serrations. It is a little bit hard because this blade is not the longest blade, and so it can be a little bit difficult when you’re trying to kind of slice through something to just keep it on just the serrations or just the blade.

And I also did a little bit of intermixed, so you know if you’re just a straight slash right through that cardboard, you’d first catch the serrations and then the plain edge, so there’s going to be a little bit of. But I wanted to kind of show you guys what it looked like with just the plain edge and what it looked like with just the serrations. I will say I think the serrations had a bit of an easier time with part of the cardboard.

I think they might be a little bit better and of breaking up the cardboard fiber kind of just going right through it. So partially serrated blades aren’t entirely bad, but they definitely are not my favorite. They do have some batter applications such as fibrous materials like cardboard and especially ropes. Serrations tend to go through a lot faster, but at the same time they can be a little bit harder to maintain and overall, I think they kind of just don’t look that good.

Anyways, so my overall experience with this knife has been, for the most part, really good. I’ve really enjoyed this knife and there’s a reason other than this. Just being my first bench made why this knife has stuck around with me for the past, like five or six years, bunch mates, really it’s just an overall great knife. Now I currently have this one on a lanyard, because I don’t really like the benchmade clips, and so I thought I would just run this one on a lanyard.

I don’t run it that frequently that one I do occasionally run this knife. I kind of like to mix it up and just kind of throw it in the pocket and just kind of run it that way, because every once a while I do enjoy a lanyard knife instead of one that has a pocket clip on it. So that is how it’s running as far as retention or in the pocket carry as far as overall organ of expulsion, a far n handles there, nothing special it’s just like a plastic handle and you can definitely tell they kind of feel a little cheap.

But at the same time that that cheapness does pay off, because these knives are still pretty affordable for what you’re getting and so that the cheap material and the handles helps you to have a better blade material and a higher-quality knife at a lower price. So I really can’t complain about the material as far as the material does go. It has to to test the time and I’ve abused the knife quite a bit and accidentally like dropped this knife in the closed position.

Thank the Lord on things like stone and rock, and it has a few gashes in the handle to prove of that, but the handle hasn’t shattered or it hasn’t really cracked in any ways, though other than that the for the most part, the ergonomic still pretty squared Away this is not really a tactical knife, but it could be used in that way. You do have jumping back here for your thumb, and so it could. I will say I don’t know if the 550 having a kind of reverse sheet foot blade, is the best option for a tactical knife, because it’s not the absolute most pointy, because your tip is kind of downward sloping.

Certainly not like another knife. That’s similar like this. One and the primary reason why the nsync Oh grind is so much better at penetration is because Chris breeze has actually gone in and put cuts on the both of the top to both sides of the top of this tip and helped thin out the overall blade Material here and put a false edge on the top, so it kind of AIDS in penetration, so that I will say is why that downward sloping tip on the nsync.

Oh grind works so well, but this one obviously does not have that so other plate features that I do really enjoy are not the serrations cuz. I don’t really enjoyed those, but I do actually love the opening hole. I am a big fan of Spyderco knives. I wish I could have more of them, but right now only have one of them in the current collection, and even though I only have one, I still love all these Spyderco whole opening knives and including when benchmade put a spider hole hug their knives, regardless to How controversial that is or isn’t? I still really enjoy that? I really do like that, and I, like that, a lot more than 5:51.

I believe it is the one that just has the thumb studs, which is not bad. I have a few thumb stud bench maids. This one included and the 5d sexes – and so some studs are not the worst thing in the world, but I kind of like these whole openers more, but I do like the the whole overall. It also kind of lightens the blade stock a little bit more and as far as the 5d justify 50 goes, I do like the blade shape a little bit more.

This one is in a black. I forget the coating that they use for this, but, as you guys can see, this one has been heavily used in a bit abused on the tip and it definitely has a bit of a we’re on this coating. But for the most part, this coating is a pretty tough black coating and it’s not too tacky. I know some people don’t like st coatings, because they’re really tacky and this one just like any coating – does have a bit of tackiness to it.

But for the most part it is overall pretty smooth and, like I said within reason, pretty durable – I mean most of this tip kind of we’re here has happened when I actually stabbed this knife into some tin cans. This was really early on and I stabbed this knife into some tin cans to like make a Hobo, stove air or a couple Hostos actually, and that’s what actually primarily wore off this coating was that contact with the tin can on this steel, just kind of tough To clothing right off, so that’s a pretty and good abuse to take the coating off.

So I’m not too surprised to cody wore off when doing that, and then on the back of this, I also induced this knife quite a bit for striking feral rods, because it does have a pretty sharp back on it. So the back of this knife is actually the coating is pretty beat up because I’ll use it a lot to strike Ferro rods. As far as the lock goes, this is, of course, an axis lock and I love axis locks. If you guys haven’t noticed, I have or have had a lot of bench maids in the collection, and that is on purpose.

I do really love benchmade axis locks in particular, so overall I really loved their axis. Lock, it’s a fun lock to use. I really have a knife that smooth without a bit of side to side place so like these types of knives will have. You know just a little bit of side-to-side play, but that’s that’s because they’re so smooth or if I said over all up and down play is absolutely nothing and very solid lockup for six years and I do go in and I kind of clean this one every Once in a while, when there’s kind of dirt built up on the actual axis lost, because acting kind of at times hinder your lock up, but that’s about all, I do, for it blade centering for anyone who cares this one’s actually pretty well centered.

Now, on to the actual blade, as far as it goes and at retention, this is, of course a 154cm version, so this isn’t anything special. I know they’ve made some like s30v CPM, 20v blades and higher-end Steel’s for the grip, Tilian and I’m sure those work just like CPM, s30v, normally works or just how CPM 20v normally works in itself, but the 154cm on this works pretty well. I did get one off knife of a bench made barrage that I still have, which was my second bench made – that I think they over heat treated, because that one is really hard to put an edge on.

But I have a few, a CPM or not CPM but 154cm from bench made and they overall they don’t hold an edge forever, but they do sharpen up pretty fast and pretty easily this one included and it holds an edge for at least an amount of time. It’s not the most amazing steel, but it’s definitely better than something like 440 C or even vg10. In my opinion, and so edge retention is pretty good in that regard, the overall blade on this.

I think I would have enjoyed a lot more had it been a plain edge and I do actually really like the 550 in-plane edge. This serration version. A serrated version is not the worst in the world. It definitely in an EDC. Type of format does perform pretty. Okay, like you, can see how well the serrations weren’t able to chew through, like cardboard once again, rope things like paper. It kind of struggles with because there’s just so many angles of contact with a serrated blade that it can cause the paper or thinner material.

So you’re trying to cut to kind of like crinkle instead of just slicing right to brew it other than that. Like I said, I really don’t have any complaints, I find the blade length to be just fine for most EDC tasks. Personally, I’ve always been more a fan of these kinds of more wider and larger blades, so like with this 940 here you can see how kind of like pencil then this 940 is and some people they love just having like a really thin blade, but I tend To like knives that are more like that they’re Tilian here and more like this Sebenza that have more kind of width to them to just overall, they seem like larger, more well-built nice.

It’s not does it. This is not a well-built knife. I’m sure this is but this overall kind of gives more of a just feel like you’re, actually holding more of a knife, and I kind of like that in a knife personally and that’s more aesthetics, so anyways, that’s basically all I have to say on the bench Made 550 grip Tilian with this awesome, lanyard mod that I did to it and that’s basically all I have to say on it.

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Self Defense Kunai Throwing Dagger Review | Weapon Logs

2 Zuko shows us that he can make these daggers out of fire and they’re super cool. I wanted some fire daggers when I was kid for sure, but instead of fire daggers. Well, I’m going to be doing today is a review of this kunai dagger that you can get links in the description, but definitely stick around and see how good this is for you now guys if you go out and buy this knife, kunai dagger, whatever you want To call it, I’ve got to come any case just like this, with a little pair of cord at the end and your belt loops that you can scrap your belt through there now you can choose to you, know, strap it to your belt and have it on Your hip or you can strap it around your neck and have it underneath your shirt.

Now here’s the thing it doesn’t come with straps that hard long enough this, since this is just paracord, that’s not a super big issue. Paracord super cheap, and you can just you know, buy some more paracord to make yourself a necklace, but just know that this doesn’t come necklace ready, even though it would work because holding it upside down doesn’t really come out like that, like I can shake it around Running around doesn’t really come out until you pull it out.

Just like that. Now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to talk about the knife. This knife is meant for throwing. Hence why it’s solid on the front, and it’s got these holes that are actually meant for weight. It reduces the weight that it this knife will have wouldn’t blowing through the air that way it can spin it a lot better. It can throw a lot easier to fly through the air nicely all that fun stuff.

Now I kind of suck at drawing knives relatively I’m not the greatest, but I was able to find my pattern and be able to get this to stick relatively often compared to some of the other knives I’ve thrown. So, in my opinion, this is great for throwing. You are also able to use this as a weapon or self defense weapon being able to hold it in your hand, either up right side up for that stabbing motion or how I would choose this way down.

So you can get that blunt object for in and you can get that stabbing motion there. That’s how I would use it. You can obviously hold it. However, you want to it’s a knife. It you know cuts things either way, but it is great for that, because if you have it on your belt or as a necklace, you can quickly hoop pull it out and have that ready to defend yourself now guys, here’s the thing this is going to be A relatively inexpensive night for you to have, and because that is going to be made with stainless steel.

No, I know all you knife aficionados are losing your mind about Liz, but here’s the thing as far as self-defense purposes. This is excellent. You don’t need some sixty dollar piece of equipment as a knife, if you’re just trying to protect yourself, you don’t need something that will you know withstand you, know generations and be passed down through generations. You don’t need a Damascus steel just for a simple self-defense that that’s just not how it is, and so because you’re not going to be parrying other knives with this nut, because you’re not going to be stabbing other metals and trying to like putting it stress testing It basically you’re just trying to throw it into trees or defend yourself with it.

This is ideal. For that reason, you don’t need. You know be 60 and even hundreds of dollars to spin on a knife that you’re just going to use for self-defense you, don’t you don’t need that, and so for all of you guys that you know art knife aficionados, stainless steel. I don’t know how much that will mean to you, but for those of you that are relaxed stainless steel is not that bad. It’s okay! Now guys, if you are interested in buying this knife, this kunai links are down in the description for you.

If you are interested in that at all, but regardless doesn’t leave a like if you enjoy this article and tell me what you think about it, if you honestly disagree with me about famous steel, let’s talk about in the comments, I would love to have that conversation In the comments with you guys before I let you guys go, I want to make sure everybody knows I’m having a subscriber a twenty five thousand subscriber giveaway, where I’m giving away not one but two Karambit blades to two people, one on my Instagram and one on My YouTube, so if you are interested links or not links, but information is Dow description on how you can be involved.

Any comments on my articles from when I announced the giveaway to now is going to count to your position, so I could pick any article from when I announce the giveaway and to when you know the giveaway happens and pick someone and they could win it. Sam with Instagram, if anyone wants to win comment on little Mike, it’s going to post and you’ll be entered to win automatically, just make sure you subscribe and it will all go smoothly.

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Self Defense Kunai Throwing Dagger Review | Weapon Logs

2 Zuko shows us that he can make these daggers out of fire and they’re super cool. I wanted some fire daggers when I was kid for sure, but instead of fire daggers. Well, I’m going to be doing today is a review of this kunai dagger that you can get links in the description, but definitely stick around and see how good this is for you now guys if you go out and buy this knife, kunai dagger, whatever you want To call it, I’ve got to come any case just like this, with a little pair of cord at the end and your belt loops that you can scrap your belt through there now you can choose to you, know, strap it to your belt and have it on Your hip or you can strap it around your neck and have it underneath your shirt.

Now here’s the thing it doesn’t come with straps that hard long enough this, since this is just paracord, that’s not a super big issue. Paracord super cheap, and you can just you know, buy some more paracord to make yourself a necklace, but just know that this doesn’t come necklace ready, even though it would work because holding it upside down doesn’t really come out like that, like I can shake it around Running around doesn’t really come out until you pull it out.

Just like that. Now, what we’re going to do is we’re going to talk about the knife. This knife is meant for throwing. Hence why it’s solid on the front, and it’s got these holes that are actually meant for weight. It reduces the weight that it this knife will have wouldn’t blowing through the air that way it can spin it a lot better. It can throw a lot easier to fly through the air nicely all that fun stuff.

Now I kind of suck at drawing knives relatively I’m not the greatest, but I was able to find my pattern and be able to get this to stick relatively often compared to some of the other knives I’ve thrown. So, in my opinion, this is great for throwing. You are also able to use this as a weapon or self defense weapon being able to hold it in your hand, either up right side up for that stabbing motion or how I would choose this way down.

So you can get that blunt object for in and you can get that stabbing motion there. That’S how I would use it. You can obviously hold it. However, you want to it’s a knife. It you know cuts things either way, but it is great for that, because if you have it on your belt or as a necklace, you can quickly hoop pull it out and have that ready to defend yourself now guys, here’s the thing this is going to be A relatively inexpensive night for you to have, and because that is going to be made with stainless steel.

No, I know all you knife aficionados are losing your mind about Liz, but here’s the thing as far as self-defense purposes. This is excellent. You don’t need some sixty dollar piece of equipment as a knife, if you’re just trying to protect yourself, you don’t need something that will you know withstand you, know generations and be passed down through generations. You don’t need a Damascus steel just for a simple self-defense that that’s just not how it is, and so because you’re not going to be parrying other knives with this nut, because you’re not going to be stabbing other metals and trying to like putting it stress testing It basically you’re just trying to throw it into trees or defend yourself with it.

This is ideal. For that reason, you don’t need. You know be 60 and even hundreds of dollars to spin on a knife that you’re just going to use for self-defense you, don’t you don’t need that, and so for all of you guys that you know art knife aficionados, stainless steel. I don’t know how much that will mean to you, but for those of you that are relaxed stainless steel is not that bad. It’S okay! Now guys, if you are interested in buying this knife, this kunai links are down in the description for you.

If you are interested in that at all, but regardless doesn’t leave a like if you enjoy this article and tell me what you think about it, if you honestly disagree with me about famous steel, let’s talk about in the comments, I would love to have that conversation In the comments with you guys before I let you guys go, I want to make sure everybody knows I’m having a subscriber a twenty five thousand subscriber giveaway, where I’m giving away not one but two Karambit blades to two people, one on my Instagram and one on My YouTube, so if you are interested links or not links, but information is Dow description on how you can be involved.

Any comments on my articles from when I announced the giveaway to now is going to count to your position, so I could pick any article from when I announce the giveaway and to when you know the giveaway happens and pick someone and they could win it. Sam with Instagram, if anyone wants to win comment on little Mike, it’s going to post and you’ll be entered to win automatically, just make sure you subscribe and it will all go smoothly.

Now, with all that said, my name is DJ Morris. This is the modern ninja and I’m out you