Benchmade Precinct Flipper Liner Lock Knife Black G-10 (3.3" Satin) Ball 320

MSRP: $145.00
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  • Overall Length:7.78"
  • Blade Length:3.30"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:154CM
  • Hardness:58-61 RC
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.48"
  • Handle Thickness:0.48"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Black
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:3.42 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:Benchmade
  • Model:Precinct
  • Model Number:320
  • Designer:Butch Ball
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry, Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife


Benchmade teamed up with knife maker/designer Butch Ball on the 320 Precinct flipper knife! It's a compact knife with a flipper opener paired with thrust bearing washers. The textured G-10 handle utilizes a deep finger groove for secure grip and a stainless steel liner lock tab for reliable lockup. Includes a deep carry, reversible pocket clip.

The Precinct 320 has a satin finished blade with a plain cutting edge.


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A sturdier Skyline for the price of a Para2
Jonathan S.
This knife is totally fine. I think it's actually a good looking knife despite it's strange shape. The ball bearing washers make deployment smooth and consistent. G10 is perfectly grippy, reminded me of a Yojimbo2 in texture. Benchmade also steps it up by putting the deep-carry clip on it. It disappears in your pocket. 154cm is a perfectly adequate EDC steel, actually one of my favorites. So, why the 2/5? The liner lock sucks. The first knife I got (I had it preordered since it was announced) had horrible, worse-than-an-emerson lock stick. I wrote customer service and they had me send it back. 3 weeks later, I got it back with the stop pin and liner lock "adjusted." It no longer stuck, but the liner lock would walk the more you flipped it. Literally five minutes of flipping and closing it while watching tv and the lock-up had drifted from around 25% (perfect!) to near 95%. So, if you were going to use this knife, you'd have to tighten and locktite the pivot screw. I ended up selling it. I compared it to a Kershaw skyline. The Precinct fills your hand a little better. The G10 is better. The pocket clip is WAY better. The steel is better. It flips way better and more consistently. But is it worth the price of 3 or 4 skylines? I don't think so. I know Benchmade had some problems combining a flipper and their axis lock on the 300, but I can't help but feel let down with the lock on this knife. If this same exact knife had an axis lock, I think it would be a homerun and I would have kept it. As is, I can think of 20 or 30 knifes in the $80 - $130 price range that I'd choose over this knife and as such I can't recommend it.