Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 31 - Drop Point Blade in CPM-S45VN / Bog Oak Inlay (A4)

Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 31 - Drop Point Blade in CPM-S45VN / Bog Oak Inlay (A4)

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What is there to say about the Chris Reeve Sebenza other than "perfection".  From it's ultra smooth action to it's industry topping fit and finish, the Sebenza is one knife that every enthusiast should have in their collection.  Available in a variety of blade styles and inlay materials....there is a Sebenza for everyone.

This Sebenza 31 has a drop point blade in CPM-S45VN and Bog Oak inlays.

The knife pictured is the exact knife you will see!

  • 3.00" Drop Point Blade in a satin finish
  • Titanium framelock design 
  • Anodized Gold Titanium Accents and Thumb Stud
  • Integrated Lanyard
  • Made in proudly in Boise Idaho, USA
Blade Material: CPM-S45VN
Blade Style: Drop Point
Blade Length: 3.00"
Overall Length: 6.875"
Handle Length: 3.978"
Handle Material: 6A14V Titanium w/ Bog Oak
Lock System: Framelock
Weight: 3.00 ounces
Pocket Clip: Removable Tip Up
Country of Origin: USA

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Customer Reviews

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Hugh Orr
Premium Quality Chris Reeve Sebenza 31!

My wife bought this for my birthday. Yep, she's a keeper. My first surprise was that the finish on the titanium is glass blasted! Significantly smoother finish and less prone to snail trails and scratches. That's a huge plus for me. The second surprise was how ridiculously sharp this factory edge was. It's not my first Chris Reeve knife that I've bought new, but this one is BY FAR the sharpest right out of the box. The bog oak inlays are smooth, beautiful, and perfectly finished. I like the look of the gold thumb stud, lanyard pin, and back spacer. Although I've already removed the lanyard and pin. The action on the knife was perfectly smooth out of the box, but definitely stiffer than I like. While I had the knife apart I cleaned everything up and applied some of the provided grease. Once I got it back together, the action was "thumb flickably smooth". Looks a ton better without the lanyard also--at least in my opinion.

By the way, I'm local to the Northwest Knives store and these guys are great to work with. I've bought at least a half a dozen knives from them and it's always a pleasure. They have a great inventory of every kind of knife you might want, and they're patient to let you handle them and try them out before buying. I'm sure this beautiful Sebenza won't be the last knife I purchase from these guys. Hey, where's my Arius :-) !