There are a ton of awesome features with the Benchmade 928 Proxy. Slim profile, a lot of blade for not a lot of pocket space, and milled wrap around G-10 scales just to name a few. One of the biggest complaints about the Warren Osborne designed Benchmade 928 Proxy was the price. Now you can pick up the Proxy for less than $200.
One of the coolest features of this knife is the adjustable lock face. Each face on the Mono-lock (frame-lock) insert is offset at different, asymmetrical distances from the center. They move in and out. This lets you set the lock bar to where you want the lock bar to sit.
Additionally, this knife features a 3.875” CPM-20CV drop point with a blade thickness of 0.15”. This is a beefy blade. It’s more than enough to do pretty much anything you’d ever want to do with a pocket folder.
It also features milled, wrap around G-10 front scales and a titanium back handle. This gives the knife a sleek, modern look and a rugged grip.
Finally, the Proxy is fully ambidextrous and lets you open your folder your way. It features a reversible, tip up pocket clip, ambidextrous thumb studs, and a flipper.
Benchmade 928 Proxy Details
- CPM-20CV, Satin Finish
- 3.875” Drop Point
- .15” Blade Thickness
- 59-61 HRC
- Wrap-around, Milled G-10 Front Scale
- Titanium Back Handle
- Adjustable Lock Face
- Thrust Bearing Washers
- Ambidextrous Thumb Studs
- Reversible Tip-Up Pocket Clip
- 5.1” Closed
- 8.85” Overall
- Made in the USA
Overall, this is a good deal on the Benchmade 928 Proxy. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
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