ATS34 Benchmade McHenry Williams folder

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This was my EDC knife for maybe 8 years or so. I have cut all sorts of things with it, but nothing extreme - mostly cardboard, paper, zip ties, and fabric. There is a bit of coating wear but not as much as you'd expect for how long I used it for. Edge wear throughout the years has been minor at best and I have only sharpened it maybe once or twice since I first bought it. I kept it cleaned and oiled and while it may be a bit tarnished I do not see any significant signs of wear anywhere on the knife.

I'm not sure what the handles are made of... maybe G10? This is an old version of the McHenry Williams axis lock folder and is made of ATS34, my all-time favorite stainless steel.

I have never had a problem with this knife, but it's blade size (4 inches even) is a bit too large for what I presently need.

Because it is used and old, I am heavily discounting the price. So let's try SPF including CONUS shipping, insurance, and Paypal fee.

This is a great knife for survival kits, self-defense carry, or heavy utility purposes.

Thank you for your interest!
 

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rmd

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Can't tell from the pic if it's a 705 or a 710. If it's a 705, I'll take it.

rmd
P.S. Oh wait, I just reread the description. It's 710. Sorry.
 
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