Benchmade 484-1601 Nakamura AXIS Folding Knife 3.08" M390 Plain Blade, Wood Handles, KnifeCenter Exclusive
BM4841601: 484-1601 Nakamura AXIS, KnifeCenter Exclusive
The Nakamura is a beautiful gentleman's tactical folder and one we think so highly of at the KnifeCenter, we had to bring in an exclusive of our own. At just under four inches closed, it is very comfortable in the pocket. The M390 stainless steel coupled with AXIS lock functionality and contoured stabilized wood handles with stainless liners, makes this a top US-made folder in our book! A unique tool steel, M390 is an Austrian powdered steel with a uniform micro-structure that provides superior levels of edge retention, toughness, and corrosion resistance, making this steel one of the most well-rounded premium steels in the world. The contoured stabilized wood handles are extremely ergonomic and the grooves lock your fingers in for a superb grip. It offers great looks with the addition of the orange barrel spacers/pivot rings and is exceptionally strong for its minimal weight. The 484-1601 Nakamura AXIS by Benchmade Knives brings the best of both worlds to the KnifeCenter: detailed design and functional strength.
- Mechanism: AXIS Lock
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Steel: M390 super premium stainless steel (58-61HRC)
- Handle: Contoured stabilized wood with stainless steel liners
- Extra: Orange aluminum barrel spacers and pivot ring
- Exclusive: Available only at KnifeCenter
- Nakamura Design
- Blade Length: 3.08"
- Blade Thickness: 0.114"
- Handle Thickness: 0.57"
- Blade Material: M390 Super Premium Stainless Steel
- Blade Hardness: 58-61 HRC
- Blade Style: Modified Drop-Point
- Handle Material: Contoured Stabilized Wood with Stainless Steel Liners
- Weight: 4.13 oz.
- Pocket Clip: Reversible, Black, Split-Arrow, Tip-Up
- Lock Mechanism: AXIS
- Overall Length: 7.03"
- Closed Length: 3.95"
- Made in the USA
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
This product is USA born and raised.
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.