Smith & Wesson Fixed Blade Knives

Smith & Wesson Fixed Blade Knives
4.5
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very nice knife, might be a little heavy for some, but that also makes it a great small chopper.

This knife is beautiful. The wood, brass, blade shape, and sheath are all so expertly done. The only complaint I have is that tang... man you can feel it bounce inside the handle. Everything else is in point.

This Is a great little knife. The clasp is very weak when attaching to a lanyard. I had to replace it. Other than that, I love it.

It was a very nice knife, I like to cut Staffs to hike with, this was ideal for the job. The case it comes with is very good also. I usually spray the knife with WD40 as I do with all Carbon steel knives, when I've finished before returning it to the case provided. The knife would also be ideal to chop kindling with. All in all, it was very versatile. Well worth the money.

Well I ordered my son's this knife - had it engraved - no big deal - NO WAY - This is a very nice knife - hey you looking for a gift for someone this is it - have it engraved - get a glass display case - WOW THIS THING LOOKS GREAT - more than I could ever imagine - man birthdays - anniversary - gifts - the engraving they show you on their web site does not do the engraving justice - Mine to my son's - and yes it looks GREAT Love you with all my Heart Pop 12/25/17

A sheer American Beauty! The mirror-polished blade made of Tru-Sharp surgical steel is truly sharp right out of the box, and the sweet caramel-like fragrance of the stacked leather handle is absolutely irresistible. Unless specified as tactical or fighting knife, all Case knives are designed for use in outdoor or collectible and the blade tip is not so needle sharp. It's an old-fashioned, well-reserved, and gentleman-like knife and mine just sits in the drawer of my desk as my personal letter opener. It's just too beautiful to be abused it in the woods!

Very nice and strong blade handle very nice great over all Knife...

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