Benchmade 915 Triage Knife

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Benchmade 915 Triage Knife -
The Benchmade Triage won the shooting industry Knife of the Year in 2011 and the Innovation Award in 2011. The Triage features a knife, a safety hood, and a glass breaker all in one. It uses the extremely sturdy AXIS locking mechanism from Benchmade, has N680 corrosion resistant steel blade and a 440C hook-shaped safety cutter.
Versatile utility tool is a knife, safety hook and glass breaker in one. The modified corrosion-resistant N680 steel sheep’s-foot blade sports a convenient, ambidextrous thumb stud for easy, one-handed opening. Hook-shaped safety cutter is made of high-quality 440C stainless steel for long-wearing use. AXIS® locking mechanism provides safe, secure opening. Easy-to-grip, textured G10 handle has a 420J full stainless steel liner and a reversible tip-up deep pocket clip. Made in USA.
Blade length: 3-1/2".
Overall length: 8.2".
Closed length: 4.7".
Weight: 5.1 oz.
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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Blade Hardness:57-59HRC Main
Blade Length:3.50"
Blade Material:N680 Main Blade; 440C Safety Cutter
Blade Thickness:0.130"
Handle Length:4.70"
Handle Thickness:0.450"

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Benchmade 915 Triage Knife Reviews:


Firefighter tested

Overall very happy with the benchmade 915. Price is higher then I originally wanted to spend but I believe in quality products made in USA. The hook-shaped safety cutter easily and effectively slices through heavy clothing, and seat belts and it is far superior then the shears used by most fire/ems. I have personally used the carbid tip to break numerous vehicle windows with minimal effort, which is a very handy feature because it saves an extra trip to the apparatus to retrieve a widow punch. The N680 highly corrosion resistant blade steel is nice considering the adverse conditions in which I routinely work in. The 915 has a nice weight and feel. One thing in which I'm not a fan of is the "belt,pocket clip" is not as ridge as I would of hoped for. I would recommend this knife to and first responder who is need of a quality American made knife.
Steeleman at Cabelas on 04/23/2013

Benchmade 915 Triage

Being a firefighter/paramedic for 15 years, I have had my share of inexpensive knives. When I needed them most, they failed. I purchased this knife for the Benchmade name and durability (Made in USA). I have used this knife on many jobs that require cutting seat belts and breaking car windows, this knife has performed flawlessly. The diamond grip is extremely aggressive and feels great even when wearing gloves. The ambidextrous studs on the blade make it easy to open the blade left or right handed. I recently sent this knife back to Benchmade for custom laser engraving (look on Benchmade website) for a small fee, this looks as good as the knife. This knife has performed so well, I purchase one for my father.
Local3892 at Cabelas on 11/26/2012

Field Tested

I'm a big fan of Benchmade knives. They have always been my favorite (american made models), and Alaska field tested. This Knife is a great addition to their line. I use it daily as my work knife from everything from cutting open boxes to steel cables. The hook is great for cutting webbing and straps. Great quality, nice heavy duty feel and firm grip.
BlueHammer at Cabelas on 11/04/2011

The best

This is my 2nd bench made knife and it is even better than my first, these knives are very sharp and stay that way. This knife use excellent, safety/guthook is a great idea, action on the knife and gut hook is super smoove! The orange does get dirty pretty quickly but still stays pretty bright.
ThePilot at Cabelas on 11/27/2012