Emissary® 3.5 Family

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About the product
Anodized machined aluminum handles and the patented AXIS® assist mechanism make this Warren Osborne knife a fantastic choice of every day carry or as a trail companion. Made in USA.

Designer: Osborne
Mechanism: AXIS-Assist
Action: Assisted-opening
Blade Steel: CPM-S30V (58-60 HRC)
Blade Length: 3.45" (8.76cm)
Blade Thickness: 0.100" (2.54mm)
Open Length: 8.00" (20.32cm)
Closed Length: 4.55" (11.56cm)
Handle Thickness: 0.52" (13.21mm)
Weight: 3.95oz. (111.98g)

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A review from: christopher
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4th Benchmade knife I own. Started with an older Griptillian, than a newer Griptillian, a solid Dive knife and now the Emissary. As much as I love Benchmade, I have to say that the feel of the Griptillian grips are cheap. I love the blade and Axis lock design, but those grips... So I really didn't NEED the Emissary but the idea of a solid aluminum grip really excited me. The feel in your hand is so solid. Blade is razor sharp and the assist is awesome! The only trouble I have is that when the assist opens it hits the stop with such force that it sticks open. I do not care...deployment is most important. Who cares if you have an additional 1-2 seconds to put it away when it may have just saved your life. The Emissary is now my EDC and the Griptillian has been downgraded to my backup. Emissary=Bacon...ruined all other knives! Thanks Benchmade, Bravo Zulu
A review from: Jollyjàckáss
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Have owned this knife and carried every day for about 3 years now. Have no issues other than the auto going out after a pretty bad spill. Handle is extremely comfortable and intuitive to use even after losing the initial grippiness. Pocket clip I didn’t have an issue with until I snag it on something and bent it never replaced however as I’m not really a fan of clips anyway. Price is a bit high for other knives of similar quality, however, I’ve always been a benchmade fan since getting issued my first in the army.
A review from: Jollyjàckáss
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Have owned this knife and carried every day for about 3 years now. Have no issues other than the auto going out after a pretty bad spill. Handle is extremely comfortable and intuitive to use even after losing the initial grippiness. Pocket clip I didn’t have an issue with until I snag it on something and bent it never replaced however as I’m not really a fan of clips anyway. Price is a bit high for other knives of similar quality, however, I’ve always been a benchmade fan since getting issued my first in the army.
A review from: Summit Hunter
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Felt great in my hand, intuitive opening and close. Have XL size hand. Blade stayed secure after 5 month of heavy use and locked up securely. The top 1/4" of blade started to chip at the blade edge after a 3 months. The clip was poor and after
2 months had a tendency to fall out of my pocket when sitting down. I lost the knife after 5 months because of the bad clip.
A review from: Earl
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I don't have abnormally large hands but I find this knife awkward to deploy. It has been sent back once for excessive side to side knife play and it still is poor from that standpoint. My mini Barrage is a much better knife from a tight tolerance point of view. Over all not very impressed with it, it's not my every day carry knife.
A review from: Harry
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I thought that after using this knife for a few years, a follow-up review might be in order. Let's see... Blade is still centered perfectly, holds an edge like a great white shark holds prey, sharpens easily, and still deploys and locks up with authority. Those are the things I love about this knife. What do I dislike? The handle could be grippier,and the only other problem is the ambidextrous thumb stud. I finally had to file about 75% of the right side stud off so it wouldn't snag my big hand on opening. Still, I love this knife?
A review from: Mezna
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This knife was the first Benchmade I ever purchased (Blue) and still my favorite out of all of them. It’s absolutely beautiful and it’s the total package.
I’d highly recommend this knife to anyone who is looking for a high quality assisted knife with awesome steel.
A review from: Blu
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I have always been a huge Benchmade fan, I was introduced from my brother. My first benchmade purchase as the axis flipper, I carried this knife everywhere, everyday for about 6 months, I put my flipper to many tests, some I expected to failed, but it never did. Wanting to put it into retirement, and make my first step up in the collection, I chose the emissary 3.5 inch, aqua blue, with serrations. When I first opened the box, it had been carefully packed, and beautiful presented. I instantly slipped on my Benchmade lanyard, and made it a piece of art. The locking mechanism has more detail to it than I thought, with a gear like design, that I did not see in the initial picture. The spring assist blade lock is stiff and strong, and sounds with a satisfying pop. One issue I had with my Axis Flipper was the pocket clip bent and seemed weak, it need to be taken off and fixed periodically, this clip seems durable, and easier to work with. I thought the spring assist safe would look and feel cheesy, but it's actually class and adds an unique feature to the blade. I would give this knife a 10 out of 10, and if the price is stopping you, stop, buy the knife, it is 100% worth it. Some people say the aluminum anodized coating is too slick, I would have to disagree, my knife seemed to have a better initial grip than my Axis Flipper, which I thought was extremely slick, until 3 weeks in approximately. This is one of my favorite knives I have ever held, let
the alone owned, and it will bE my EDC for a very very long time.
A review from: Cara
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I have multiple knives I rotate into and out of my EDC, depending on dress (business, uniform or casual) and my mood in the morning. The Emissary has been in heavy rotation since I received it. The model I have the aqua with no serrations. First the negative, there is just something about the anodized aluminum that is like fingernails on a chalkboard whenever I first have a knife, not sure what it is or if it is (likely) just me. Once I carried for about a week, the coating smoothed out and I now have no issues handling the knife. On th plus side, the size length is perfect for my needs and bonus, is legal where I carry it. The edge itself is SHARP with a needle fine tip which has been used for some fine cutting already. Of course with a fine tip this is not a knife you want to use as a ad hoc pry bar. The assist is solid and the blade deploys with a satisfying snap. The blade lock is a nice addition but I rarely employ it. All in all a great knife and I'm happy I made the purchase.
A review from: Ilya
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I love the knife, one of my favorite but expensive.

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