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The Benchmade Knives Barrage Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review

Today, we’ll take a look at a somewhat customized version of knife that may not check all the boxes for a modern high-end ‘Instagram knife’, but is a beautiful thing for getting work done: the Benchmade Barrage.

11 replies on “The Benchmade Knives Barrage Pocketknife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review”

My 15 yr old would think it is cool…but I don't think he has $180 laying around…who are they trying to appeal to…not adults thats for certain. Pass….

First, Nick drives up Z hunter sales. Then he starts pushing “high end” Z hunters. I’m not sure if I like what’s on the horizon.

I keep waiting for the punchline. Like, haha, it's a Chinese clone! Haha, gotcha! It's coming right? Not quite halfway through, so, I'm confident.

Took me till the end of the video to see if it was real or not. Thought the Z-hunter factory was stealing the Benchmade logo now. Especially because the axis lock patent expired.

What's even the point of the axis lock on an assisted blade? Just give it a liner lock, or better yet make it unassisted.

Even the normal design just looks like was drawn up in a pinch because "we need an assisted folding knife because reasons!" It's just a bloated amalgam of the rest of their products.

Jesus Christ Nick. It has escaped containment! And the skulls, are CRISPY? Are those even skulls?

Good to know we’ve completely trashed your reputation as a knife connoisseur…you’re welcome, lol

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