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Instructions and Help about Can 940 Schedule Return

I can't rob here. It's July 1, 2013, and this one just couldn't wait. I'm not into these uning videos, but I received a package today from Oregon City, Oregon. Yep, that's right, that's where Benchmade is located. I got my 940 back after service. Let's take a look. - I got a service ticket from Katie Healey of Benchmade. Let's see what they did. It looks like they put a laser mark along and changed the blade. The blade charged $25, and it's not mentioned on the ticket, but let me show you the result. I sent it to Benchmade with a brand new blade and laser etching for $35, including postage. So I paid $40.80 for this. Let's take a look at the knife, which is my 940 that you guys will remember and I've destroyed. - Now, let's get him out of here. Oh, there's something I've never seen before, the gray Benchmade service. Sorry, guys, I'm doing this one-handed. Let's take a look at what we have here. Oh, that wasn't mentioned on the ticket. They Parkerized the split arrow clip. Nice, look at that. Doesn't it look a lot better than that big, nasty Will Emerson style clip? Here's what they did: brand new blade, brand new washers. Look at the job the rework department does at Benchmade. It's a free swinger. Let's see what the laser etching looks like. Look at that, how sweet is that? - The edge is very thin, and I asked them to find me one with the smallest plunge grind they could find, and they did a good job. It's ground pretty thin at the edge. It won't take much to bring it up to my standards. I'll keep you posted, guys. Looks like the centering might be a bit off, but...