Knife Porn: Benchmade’s 757 Vicar

Benchmade knives has a nice design in its 757 Vicar. It was on display at Modern Day Marine 2015.

The Shane Sibert design is Benchmade’s first knife to feature stacked G10 handle scales, resulting in a very positive grip surface. It has a 3.86 inch CPM-S30V steel blade rated at 58-60 HRC.

The Vicar comes in either a satin or black coated blade. Benchmade lists it at $300, but it’s priced in the $250’s on the web.

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  • guest

    Just a bit pricey, even discounted. Thanks, but I will keep my trusty Buck 110. It has served we well for many years.

  • casual observer

    no axis lock?? axis lock is the best thing about benchmade folders

  • msgingram

    Anyone that can afford this does not need it as they can afford a body guard.

  • Oltick

    Why? What is the reason? Bragging rights? Not a bit better than some good Bucks, Pumas and Brownings out there for less than $100.

  • Jeff S

    Mil/LEO discount is $210-220… For my delicate sensibilities, that’s a lot of cash for a non-auto knife. Looks awesome though, I’m sure they’ll sell a ton!