Benchmade vs microtech

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Absolutely. Microtech would be the only OTF i would buy, although the Benchmade phaeton would give them a run for there money. When I found out pocket lint would cripple my knife, that was my wtf moment. Been carrying a Benchmade 940 ever since.
 

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Absolutely. Microtech would be the only OTF i would buy, although the Benchmade phaeton would give them a run for there money. When I found out pocket lint would cripple my knife, that was my wtf moment. Been carrying a Benchmade 940 ever since.
Maybe if you have pocket lint made of sand and grape jelly
 

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Applying to much oil will render a microtech useless. I've had two different microtech not fire from "normal lint" and a combat troodon fail from too much oil. These are both well documented problems.
 

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Maybe if you have pocket lint made of sand and grape jelly

In July I buried this mf’er in the sand and then washed it out in the Atlantic.... still fine.

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