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Benchmade 200 Puukko Knife Review

Here’s my review of the Benchmade 200 Puukko outdoor knife. Great for processing wood, or just EDC.

Grab yours here: https://www.benchmade.com/200.html

18 replies on “Benchmade 200 Puukko Knife Review”

Love this knife, my other knives are sitting in the box…..solid review and just subbed

I love mine as well but that was the only thing I couldn't figure as to why they had the fire steel loop when you still needed to carry a striker.

It’s hardly a review if the knife never leaves your desk for the duration of the video. This isn’t a review of a functioning knife, merely a description of it and how much you like it. Show it in the field, actually do stuff with it, put it through its paces. Show someone who might be interested in purchasing this knife what it is capable of doing, besides sitting on your fancy desk.

The only negative thing about this knife is that it's only hardened to 55hrc. I think my butterknives are harder. Doesn't hold an edge well.

I buy my knives to use them & I have a first production BM Boost 591BK and use the crap out of it.
It's not like the knife is gonna make you rich some day because you didn't grind the spine. LoL

how long it could take to resharpen with ,, outdoor natural source,,?
just a normal stone?
hours?

I don't understand the fascination with striking a ferro rod with your knife. There's a reason ferro rods come with strikers!!!

I love that this isn't a true "scandi" grind. Wouldn't have purchased one otherwise. Love mine.

Really liking the look of this knife….BUT, this is definitely NOT a Puukko. Seems like Puukko is the new “bushcraft” term heading into 2019.

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