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Smith Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto Folding Knife - Stainless Steel

Item# 252-SWFR2SCP-AF | Model# SWFR2SCP | Added on November 19, 2015 |
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Smith Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto Folding Knife - Stainless Steel
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Description
The Smith Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto Folding Knife is packed with features that go above the call of duty. Sleek, partially-serrated black blade is machined out of 7Cr17 high-carbon stainless steel. Ergonomic textured and grooved black aluminum handle with glass break and strap cutter perform in the event of automobile accidents. Blade is easily activated by the ambidextrous thumb knobs. Pocket clip. Imported. Blade length:3.3. OAL:8. Closed length:4.7. Wt:4 oz. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Color: Stainless Steel. Type: Knives.
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Greg Simon
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October 28th
Tim Germond
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Not the sharpest out the box, but worth the money!

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To start it seems like a pretty solid knife. The liner lock goes dead even in the center and seems to keep the blade in place without fear of closing on your fingers. The blade is 7Cr17M0V, so it's not excellent, but it's not the worst either. It'll hold an edge better than your standard 440 grade steels used on many other knives. I would certainly recommend sharpening the blade when it arrives though, as out of the box, it's not that sharp. The thumb studs do a decent job for one handed opening rather easily. Belt cutter doesn't seem too sharp, but to be fair, I haven't had much to test it on either. Glass breaker looks well done, it's a full solid steel piece instead of a welded tab, so it should do its job just fine. Overall it's a pretty decent knife. The good outweighs the bad, and for $22 it's not going to hurt the wallet either.

August 18th
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