Benchmade 940-1501 Osborne, 3.4 in CPM-20CV Stainless Steel, Black and Blue G-10, Knifeworks Exclusive
Benchmade 940 Osborne Model: 940-1501 Be sure to watch an close up show and tell video of the BM940-1501 KW Exclusive. To view the video on YouTube please click here After 4 1/2 years in the works with many phone calls and meetings on this exclusive it is finally here, and we think it will be well worth it, as the Benchmade 940 Osborne has been a highly collectible knife in the Benchmade line. Since its release in 2000, the 940 Osborne has been considered by many to be one of the greatest everyday carry knives ever created. From the day-to-day duties of law enforcement officers to the top of Mount Everest, the 940 has performed a wide array of duties in all types of environments. Now, for the first time in history, the 940 will be made with G10 handles and CPM-20CV blade steel. The handles will be layered black and blue with a smooth finish and the CPM-20CV blade steel offers performance characteristics similar to M390; which is well known for great edge performance and excellent corrosion resistance. The 940 Osborne designed by Warren Osborne with it's reverse tanto design, a somewhat trademark of Osbornes. This gives the tip of the blade a unique and dramatic look, and also means the blade holds it's thickness almost to the tip. Knifeworks is excited to announce the 940-1501 as a Knifeworks Exclusive.Features:
- Blade Length: 3.40 in.
- Blade Thickness: 0.115 in.
- Blade Material: CPM-20CV Stainless Steel
- Blade Hardness: 59-61HRC
- Blade Style: Modified Reverse Tanto; Ambidextrous Dual Thumb-Studs
- Weight: 2.90oz.
- Clip: Black, Reversible, Tip-Up
- Lock Mechanism: AXIS
- Overall Length: 7.87 in.
- Closed Length: 4.47 in.
- Due to the layering of the 2 colors G10 and when machined, Each knife could be slightly different in color on the handle, One may have a little more blue or a little more black in the handle. We will not be able to go through and pick these out for preferred handles.
- This is a unlimited run and will not be serialized.