Benchmade Knives: 140BK Nimravus - Fixed Blade - Black Finish

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Benchmade Knives: 140BK Nimravus - Fixed Blade - Black Finish

Benchmade's all-time best-selling combat fixed blade. MOLLE® compatible. Made in USA.


 Designer:    Benchmade 
 Mechanism:    Fixed 
 Action:    Fixed Blade 
 Blade Steel:    154CM (58-61 HRC) 
 Blade Length:    4.50" (11.43cm) 
 Blade Thickness:    0.115" (2.92mm) 
 Overall Length:    9.45" (24.00cm) 
 Handle Thickness:    0.58" (14.73mm) 
 Weight:    6.20oz. (175.77g) 
 Sheath Weight:    5.00oz. (141.75g) 



 Blade Edge   Plain 
 Blade Finish/Color   Coated 
 Blade Style/Shape   Drop-point 
 Clip Type   Malice Clip (MOLLE Compatible) 
 Handle Material   6061-T6 Aluminum 
 MOLLE Compatible   Yes 
 Sheath Type   Nylon 
 Use   Tactical 

The manufacturer does not allow this item to be sold internationally.


1 Review

  • 5
    Good knife

    Posted by giarcnoskcaj on 17th Jul 2015

    I give the knife give stars, I give the sheathes 1 star.

    The knife is solid and 154cm is an amazing steel. It's hard to sharpen, but its worth it. I have never had an issue with rust. I have owned my Nim tantos (one full sized and one smaller version) since 2004 and 2010 respectively. The 140 model came with a plastic sheathe that broke the first month I had it while over seas. I tried contacting Benchmade and they ignored my calls. I ended up buying another sheath and went with their nylon sheath. The nylon sheath was too tight to close the snap to secure the blade. Once again contacted Benchmade and got no response. I modified the sheath and now it fits fine. The smaller Nim is great, but has a loose plastic sheath that rattles the edge against the plastic. Benchmade makes great nives well worth the money, I just wish they put as much care into the sheath. Hopefully they have fixed these issues since 2010. Maybe I just hold a grudge. Seems like they have done a better job with sheaths for the hunt series.