Benchmade Pardue 530 Knife

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Benchmade Pardue 530 Knife
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Don’t let the light weight and low profile fool you—the Benchmade Pardue 530 Knife delivers dependable performance that will withstand years of use and abuse. Forged from 154CM stainless steel, the blade opens smoothly and locks securely with the Axis-Assist lock. Ambidextrous thumb studs and a reversible pocket clip make the Pardue usable for right- and left-handed users.


  • Reversible steel pocket clip


  • Modified spear-point blade with ambidextrous dual thumb-stud opener
  • Benchmade's Free Knife sharpening for life - $5 for postage
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

The 530 Pardue Axis from Benchmade features their innovative AXIS locking mechanism with a dual thumb-stud opener and reversible tip-up pocket clip. This knife is not only safe, it durable and reliable.

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Blade Length:3.25 in / 8.25 cm
Blade Material:154CM Stainless Steel
Blade Style:Spear-Point
Closed Length:4.17 in / 10.5 cm
Handle Material:Grivory handle scales with 420J stainless steel liner
Locking Mechanism:Axis Lock
Opening Style:Thumb Stub
Overall Length:7.42 in / 18.8 cm
Pocket Clip:Yes
Weight:1.8 oz / 53.2 g

Benchmade Pardue 530 Knife Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Interested in a knife for the ultralight? This is it. Benchmade quality in a backpacker-ounce shaving size. Spring assisted opening kicks the blade out fast, one handed, for when you're cooking and need every possible hand. They're not kidding about losing this knife in your pocket -- it's -that- light. Of course, that lightness comes at a price: the polymer side grips have some flex in them, if you really crank on the knife. This is a perfect knife for those who rarely use the knife outside of cooking or light camp use. Whittling, prying, or spearing.. bring a backup knife. The blade'll take all the abuse you throw at it, just beware the grips.

Christopher Minguez at on 09/03/2010

After purchasing this knife an handling it for a while or should I say playing with it! I found a way to open this very quickly. Pull back on the lock and flip your hand and you will be amaized what happens!! It takes practice. I have several Axis-Assist Lock knives and love them all. The locking system is a very safe way to unlock the blade and be able to close with the same hand without cutting yourself as is the problem with framelock knives.

jlr5623797 at on 06/01/2012

I was fortunate enough to find one of these in a former reservoir-bed, and I'm glad I did!
I'm not much of a knife guru, but I would highly recommend this to those willing to part with the cash for it. No frills, super light, hard steel/carbon holds edge pretty well (a pain to sharpen though). Seems pretty bomb-proof, considering the condition I found it in and how well it cleaned up.

Aaron C at on 11/27/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Benchmade makes another quality knife.What I do not like about the knife is the weight. It is almost to light in that I dont have much confidence in it. It just doesn't feel beefy enough for my preferences.

mse5717648 at on 12/31/2012