Benchmade Releases Rukus II Auto-folder
The Breach-Bang-Clear News Team
Benchmade Knives has introduced the Rukus II family of folders. The Rukus II is the return of one of Benchmade’s most popular early designs (one that was discontinued many years ago). It is a push-button auto-opener with a CPMS30V steel blade and 6061-T6 billet aluminum handle. It features a drop-point blade, lanyard hold, and reversible clip.
Here’s a quick look at it courtesy of KnifeCenter.
You can, of course, have it laser engraved, and you can send it back whenever you’d like to have it sharpened.
Next, just something we’d share. While he’s not sure using a Rukus II, but Steven Rinella recently posted a quick tutorial on joint separation you hunters might be interested in (using a Benchmade to do so.) Check it out.
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