Benchmade 63 Bowie Balisong Butterfly Knife (4.25" Satin)

MSRP: $425.00
Our Price: $361.25
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Item #BHQ-14371


  • Overall Length:9.20"
  • Blade Length:4.25"
  • Blade Thickness:0.13"
  • Blade Material:D2
  • Hardness:60-62 RC
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.875"
  • Closed Length:5.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.48"
  • Handle Material:Stainless Steel
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:6.39 oz.
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:Benchmade
  • Model:63
  • Model Number:63
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


Be sure to view our other Benchmade Balisong Butterfly Knives in stock!

Benchmade announced the Model 63 Balisong Knife for 2012! The BM 63 knife features a D2 Tool steel bowie blade with razor sharpness. The handles are skeletonized to reduce weight and sport a polished stainless steel finish. Sandwich style construction with stainless steel back spacers. The 63 Bali also features Zen pins and the classic T latch to secure the knife open and closed. Made in the USA.

  • Practical Bowie Blade Shape
  • Skeletonized Handles
  • T-Latch for Easy Open
  • Unparalleled Benchmade Fit and Finish

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Customer Reviews

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Not worth it
Tyler K.
This is certainly a heavy duty knife and feels really solid! But itís hard to flip because ifís so heavy, the D2 steel is prone to rusting and $340?! Címon Benchmade thatís not worth it at all! There are way better knives out there for the same price or less.
Don't flip like a pro
Trevor N.
I flip fairly decent, but it's not a big hobby for me. This knife is amazing as far as weight, blade strength/style. That d2 steel is something to be proud of. I'm in love with the large Bowie style and wish BM would put it into a folder.
Pros and Cons
Dayton G.
I just got this knife today, I went from a BearOps blue raindrop to this. Lets go over the Pros

PROS: This knife flips very smoothly, I love the weight to the handles. When you first swing it open you know that you are flipping a high quality balisong. Rollovers are a breeze with this thing. When out of the box it is INSANELY SHARP. I cut myself when doing behind the eight ball with barely coming in contact with the blade and blood was everywhere. But its nice that the blade is so damn sharp because you don't even notice the cut because it is so clean. What's also nice is the weight is very even. You also wont ever have to worry about blade play when the pen is closed, that sucker makes it impossible. Compared to most Balisongs that clink a lot this one is pretty quite when flipping.

CONS: If you are not wanting a heavy Balisong, this is not the knife for you. I think people exaggerate when they say "its like flipping a brick" which actually scared me off at first. The weight isn't anything to be scared of. But like I said if you are looking for a lighter Balisong, I suggest going for a 51. Another thing is compared to the 40 series, the handles are shorter. Now this isn't really a BAD thing but it is more dangerous because you have this crazy sharp knife and these small handles. You need to be careful (I have already cut myself) Another thing I can say is its hard to close it with the pen. It takes a lot to close. but that's the reason there is no blade play when it is closed, its pretty tight! Those are all the cons I can really think of

But all together this Bali is worth the buck. But like I said if you aren't wanting a Bali with weight, this is not for you. If you do, you have found the right one. I would like to just remind also that PLEASE be careful when flipping this Bali, this thing is crazy sharp and will cut with barely any contact. But easy a 5/5 star knife

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-Dayton Gulley