Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF Auto, 3.51" CruWear Blade, CF-Elite Handle
Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF Auto, 3.51" CruWear Blade, CF-Elite Handle
Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF Auto, 3.51" CruWear Blade, CF-Elite Handle
Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF Auto, 3.51" CruWear Blade, CF-Elite Handle

Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF Auto, 3.51" CruWear Blade, CF-Elite Handle

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The Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF is an essential backup for high-pressure scenarios. Its innovative design and superior features make it a must-have OTF for any adventurer or knife enthusiast.

The Shootout is built tough with a Flat Earth PVD-coated CPM-CruWear blade offering high strength and durability. The molded CF-Elite handle features a detailed grip texture that provides fast indexing and greater control for use in emergency situations.

This knife is designed for versatility with a carbide glass breaker and a reversible pocket clip to carry with ease. Weighing 2.8 ounces, this folding knife allows adventurers and knife enthusiasts to be always prepared.

Not only is the Shootout made in the USA, but it’s also fully loaded with the latest technology. Get your hands on the Benchmade 5370FE Shootout OTF today and experience the power, versatility, and convenience it offers.

Brand: Benchmade
Specifications
Blade Thickness 0.100
Brand Benchmade
Model Shootout
Model Number 5370FE
Opener Thumb Slide
Blade Hardness (HRC) 63-65
Automatic Knife Yes
Blade Color Brown
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Length 3.51
Blade Material Cru-Wear
Closed Length 4.71
Country of Origin USA
Handle Color Black
Handle Material Polymer
Knife Weight 2.8
Knife Type Folding
Lock Type OTF
Pocket Clip Include Yes
Point Tanto
Total Length 8.22

Benchmade Knife Company, Inc. set-up shop in Clackamas, Oregon in 1990 (originally founded in California in 1988). The initial knives primarily consisted of the Bali-Song knives, using a combination of outside vendors and inside processing to build finished products. And like most companies, starting out meant scarce money and big plans, using second hand equipment and limited resources.

Soon, a natural born fortitude and an undying passion to make it right and make it Benchmade, prospered into significant growth. As the product line grew so did the in-house capabilities. We began to acquire new machines and technologies including the first of several lasers, making Benchmade the first knife manufacturer to have such equipment in-house. Open minds and positive attitudes would lead to several more industry firsts over the course of the next several years.

This was only the beginning of Benchmade's breaking of new ground in the manufactured knife markets by using non-traditional materials and modern manufacturing methods in not only building knives better but, inevitably building better knives. The Designer Series was first introduced in 1991 with several custom designs being manufactured. By tapping into the custom knife makers' knowledge and combining it with our manufacturing expertise we were more readily able to offer more contemporary knife designs and innovations to the knife users.

Consecutive years of aggressive growth led to the next logical step in 1996 when Benchmade moved into its own 35,000 sq. ft. facility. A contemporary styled building complete with all of the modern equipment and amenities necessary to manufacture what has become recognized as a higher standard of specialty cutlery.

Today, Benchmade Knife Company, Inc. manufactures knives for a loyal and ever growing following of knife users. As we move into the 21st century we are poised for even more exciting opportunities, innovations and ongoing total world-class quality. Here at Benchmade we employ a simple philosophy- 'Make it cool, make it solid, make it happen and definitely make it Benchmade.'

Customer Reviews

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D.
Why must it have a glass breaker!

This is not it. I thought maybe it could be ok, but damn… I was wrong. Not sure if it’s just my unit but the action on this feels like I’m sliding 40 grit sand paper across a car tire. And the damn glass breakers, if someone else releases an OTF with a frigging glass breaker!!!!

The Kershaw 9000 has spoiled me.

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Greg Lisk
Best one yet

I have a variety of autos
This is my favorite thus far

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Marcos Ramos
Light spring action

I love benchmade. But this one is not to quality standards. Especially for a out the front. Blade feels fragile very sharp tho

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mrpski
be a 5 if it was 100 bucks cheaper

I have a few OTF blades & out of them all this Benchmade is tight and solid when open, the one I have has zero wobble and freeplay which is hard to do with OTF construction. I bought this one for the fairly new steel composition. Time will tell how it holds up but it is more solid than a lot of automatic side openers. It would get a 5 from me just a bit pricey, even for a Benchmade. Will see if the steel is worth the extra price in a year I will know I use it for more than EDC. It is a very well made OTF automatic knife and just the right size for a pants pocket with no visible bulge.

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Tim
Blade is too thin

I get that this knife is only meant for an EDC for a back-up but, it should also be capable of handling bigger jobs if the need appears. The blade on this knife can literally be bowed by pressing it on a hard surface. There is also too large of a gap around the blade that could allow flesh, sand, or any foreign matter into the handle affecting the action.