Smith & Wesson Large S.W.A.T. M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife - Partially Serrated
When you first open this knife, the first words out of your mouth are going to be "It's M.A.G.I.C." And that is what this truly is! M.A.G.I.C. stands for Multipurpose, Assisted Opening, Generational, Innovative cutlery. M.A.G.I.C. refers to the dual patented, revolutionary Assisted Opening mechanism that is an integral part of this series of knives. You will find that the M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening mechanism is the easiest, single handed opening system you have ever used.
|Closed Length||4.8 inches|
|Blade Length||3.7 inches|
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (4034)|
|Blade Edge||Partially Serrated/ComboEdge|
|Lock Type||Liner Lock|
|Total Length||8.50 inches|
|Pocket Clip Included||Yes|
|Knife Weight||0.37 ounces|
Smith & Wesson is one of the world's most recognizable brands, and for good reason. Since we first opened our doors, we have focused on designing and manufacturing innovative solutions that are unparalleled in the field of personal safety and protection. Almost every major law enforcement and military agency in the world has used Smith & Wesson products, and to this day, most police departments in the United States depend on our firearms and accessories.
We've been a partner to law enforcement since the late 1800s, developing crime-fighting tools that set the standard for the field. Our world-famous .357 MagnumÂ® was developed specifically for law enforcement agencies, and the Smith & Wesson .38 Special has been adopted as the caliber of choice at one time or another by hundreds of police departments. In fact, our .38 Special is so popular, the Smith & Wesson Model 10 firearm that fires it is the only handgun in the world that's been in continuous production since it was introduced in 1899, and to date, over 6 million units have been produced.
We continue to search for high performance in our newest division, Smith & Wesson Advanced TechnologiesTM (S.W.A.T.TM). Through S.W.A.T., we're developing sophisticated technological tools that assist law officials at the city, state and federal levels. We bring the same high standards of craftsmanship and precision quality to our technology solutions as we do to everything else we make.
As a company, Smith & Wesson continues to flourish and grow. We are committed to strengthening our core safety and security business, and we are prospering through synergistic alliances with other best-of-breed experts in their field. The same innovative, forward-thinking spirit that drove Smith & Wesson in the beginning still inspires us today, and we look to a future of continued leadership, quality and craftsmanship in products and services that enhance public safety, security and protection all over the world.
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I had one for 5 year's twice the blade opening assisted broke I had no problem getting another one after I sent it in the last one didn't break love the knife but they need another major assist button made of metal
I've had this knife for a few months now, and I have to say I'm very pleased with it. I originally carried a Buck knife with the same assisted open mechanism, but I needed to replace it. I couldn't find the same model, so I ended up going with the S&W. I love the grip on the handle. That thing isn't going to fly out of your hand unless you're trying way too hard. The only complaint I have is that the opening mechanism is a little bit tight, and can be difficult to open initially. It seems to be loosening up as I keep using it though.
Great knife, I recommend it to anyone.
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