Benchmade 539GY Anonimus Fixed Blade Custom - CPM-CruWear / Drop Point / Sea Blue Cerakoted G-10 Handle

Benchmade 539GY Anonimus Fixed Blade Custom - CPM-CruWear / Drop Point / Sea Blue Cerakoted G-10 Handle

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Head into the sticks with the 539GY Anonimus on your hip and you are prepared for whatever the bush throws at you. This fixed-blade survival knife works for bushcrafting thanks to a CPM-CruWear® fixed blade with good edge retention and its low-profile and low-visibility styling. Lightweight and durability make it a tactical knife that can be used for defense, too. Complete with a ferro-rod striking coil, state-of-the-art blade steel with a Cerakote finish, and a blade guard that pulls design inspiration from a Geissle trigger and a Bolteron sheath with ferro-rod loop, make this the knife you need at your side when you are off the grid.

This 539GY Anonimus is a NWK custom and has a drop point blade and a Sea Blue Cerakoted handle. This coating is extremely durable and done by SRG Armament in Nampa, ID. 

**Warranty: This Sea Blue Cerakote coating will effect the warranty from Benchmade ONLY on the Handle coating. All other parts of the warranty will still be intact.

  • 5.00" Drop Point Blade in CPM-CruWear w/ Grey Cerakote finish
  • Sea Blue Cerakoted G-10 handle
  • Extremely lightweight but very hard-use and durable for any activity you are using it for
  • Black Bolteron sheath w/ Ferro-Rod Loop
  • Made in USA
Blade Material: CPM-CruWear
Blade Style: Drop Point
Blade Length: 5.00"
Overall Length: 9.83"
Handle Length: 4.83"
Handle Material: Sea Blue Cerakoted G-10
Sheath: Bolteron
Weight: 5.94 ounces
Pocket Clip: Leather Sheath
Country of Origin: USA

Collections: Benchmade KnivesExclusive & Custom KnivesFixed Blade Knives

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
E. Yoast
Love the blue and the Cruwear

Putb it through the paces last week. Keep an eye she thru minor use. Will pound on it next time. Sure it will hold up. The handle material is great. The ergos are great. The price is steep, I know. Think it’s worth it.