Boot Knife Selection
One of the most functional of weapons is the boot knife. Standard issue for law enforcement officers, a boot knife makes an excellent weapon for backup. Choose from traditional blades of five to nine inches or mini-blades of three to four and a half inches and you'll find yourself with a boot knife that's excellent for sport, work, or utility. With a double edge and ease of use, there's little wonder why Rambo himself strapped on a boot knife for his battles in First Blood II. Whether you choose a replica of Stallone's weapon of choice or opt for a professional-grade Pentagon or Boker, Knife Depot ensures your satisfaction with our 60-day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee. If you don't like the boot knife you purchased, you get a refund.
For the price paid, this is an excellent knife. Since this knife is a "dagger-type" blade (spear-point), The blade has a narrow scope of application. The 7Cr17MoV steel takes a good edge (as does Schrade's "Sharpfinger" skinning knife). This knife can be used for some hunting applications, but without the curved blade similar to that of the Sharpfinger and other knives made by Schrade, it limits the knife's uses. I like this knife and will be seeking a sheath that will conceal the knife either down my back (behind the neck) or a horizontal belt carry. Discretion, being the better part of valor, is the very essence of keeping this knife a "secret" until it is absolutely necessary to deploy it.
This knife was a gift for my son. He loves it! Sharp and sharp looking. The engraving of his initials was a nice touch. Happy with my purchase.
I bought this knife as a hunting backup, to keep in my boot. It fits the need. The knife is sharp, strong, well-balanced. I couldn't find a single flaw. It's the perfect length for my boot. It's easy to hold, even if my hands are wet. The sheath comes with a strap that snaps around the knife and a clip that I can clip onto my boot. I found that clipping the knife to the outside of my boot caused the knife to catch on brush and the knife would pop off the boot so I ended up clipping the knife on the inside of the boot. That worked out a lot better, but the snap strap was hard to unsnap that way so I leave the strap unsnapped. The knife still stays securely seated in my boot. This is a good, no frills, non-silly, working knife that I would recommend to anybody.
This knife is very sharp and functional in design. We actually used the knife in a dangerous situation with one of our horses and it cut the rope one stoke. On the downside you need to be very careful as when my wife was removing it in the stressful situation she accidentally cut herself on the thumb (minor only needed a band aid). As to size it fits in her boot very nicely on mine the sheath is a little thick with the extra pocket so I have been looking for another sheath or thinking about cutting off the extra material to make it thinner. Overall horse people are all over the board on whats best to carry while riding but this one did the job when the time came to use it in an emergency situation.
Great knife. I prefer a knife with a blade like this one has. Not to long and not to short.
Good looking knife. Nice balance. The tip of the blade is ground uneven, but easily fixed when sharpening. The serrated part of the blade is very sharp but the rest will need a real edge put on. Would make a great gift if properly sharpened first. Nice sheath and has a small round sharpener for MINOR field sharpening.
Order was processed quickly and arrived in perfect condition. HRT knife was as advertised. I have not used it for anything, as yet. It may become a gift. It certainly is a value for the money. (As usual for S&W products.)
One of the best smallest knives I have ever purchased, I can lace the knife on my boot or I can wear around my neck. Very sharp and durable...great little knife. It can be carried very discreetly if necessary. This is a great knife!
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