Smith & Wesson First Response Rescue Knife, 3.3" Plain Blade - SWFR

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Presenting the 1st Response Drop Point Plain Blade pocket knife from Smith & Wesson. A quality, cost-effective knife from one of the world's most recognizable brands, depended on daily by law enforcement across the world.

Designed for maximum efficacy in first-response crises, this knife features a seatbelt-cutter, as well as a glass-breaking punch handle so you don't have to stand by and watch while chaos reigns supreme.

Simple, so as not to weigh you down with inessential design features, this knife is a standard issue tool for civil servants and vigilantes alike. Includes pocket clip and features complete stainless steel design, from handle to tip.

Model Number: SWFR
Catalog Number: 211095
Closed Length 4.70 inches
Blade Length 3.30 inches
Blade Material Stainless Steel (7CR17)
Blade Edge Plain
Point Drop Point
Lock Type Liner Lock
Assisted Open No
Handle Material G-10
Total Length 8. inches
Blade Color Silver/Gray
Sheath Included No
Pocket Clip Included Yes
Knife Type Folding
Knife Weight 5.8 ounces
Handle Color Black, silver/gray
Automatic Knife No
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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 Magnum® 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.

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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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Customer Reviews

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By Stephen H. from Boise, ID
December 12, 2016

This is a very well made and designed knife as are all the Smith & Wesson knives. I have carried the Smith & Wesson Cutting Horse knife for years. This 1st Response knife is well made and just the right size, with the right length blade. I prefer the plain blade, but went ahead and bought a combo blade one to care in my van, for a backup. I carry the plain blade on me, as well as the Cutting Horse. The Cutting Horse has two blades, a plain blade, and a serrated blade, but the blades are a bit shorter. This covers most of my minor needs wandering around the Idaho mountains. The blades are a good solid thickness I can depend on when I need them. Back these up with a Schrade SCH 36 or SCH 37 survival knife and a Cold Steel SRK survival knife and you have all you need to handle your needs in the wilderness. This knife came very shape right out of the box. All I did was hone the edge to a razor edge with my Schrade honing steel, and it is good enough to shave with. Most knives come either dull, or their edges are not true to the same angle or same alignment. This knife was true the entire knife blade and centered from side to side. I am a knife collector and have several Hibbard knives and other expensive knives that haven't been built as well or been sharpened as true as this knife. I, especially, like the tension adjustment on the flip open mechanism. Most are just a screw loosening up the blade. Many times by the time you loosen the thing up enough to flip open properly, the blade wobbles. This has a different very nice adjustment. Maybe I just don't get it. I have been collecting knives for the past 5 decades. I have bought knives from $5.00 to hundreds of dollars. I've found most of the knives I've been most disappoint with cost in the hundreds. You know two of my favorite knives, and the ones that hold an edge the best were the cheapest. One cost me about $5.00, and one was sent to me free. For example, my favorite survival knives are the Shrade SCH 36 and SCH 37 which cost me around $25.00. I can see that this S & W 1st Response knife will be a winner, too, for what it was designer for. It is well made, and of a good size. It comes sharp, so novices don't have much to do but clip it to their pocket. They are selling it for $16 to $25, which makes it a buy for everyone.

By Brook C. from Los Angeles.CA
May 2, 2016

S&W are #1 knife ever There are more expensive knifes (but on a Buck knife you get your money's worth & Last a very long time

By Brook C. from Los Angeles,CA
April 29, 2016

Very nice & dependable knifes you will not go wrong buying a knife from this company (Knife-Depot)

By Brook C. from Los Angeles,CA
April 29, 2016

Smith and Wesson is a GREAT KNIFE last for a very long time! As long as you take great care of it

By Dawn G. from Riverside
January 19, 2015

We have customers coming out of the woodwork looking for a Premier Plumbing Company knife. Out of the 125 we have had 4 come back defective. The lock when it is open collapses. Other than that, great gifts for our customers!

By Al R. from Jacksonville, FL
April 13, 2014

The knives are sharp, they look great, and everyone of my groomsmen loves them. I use mine every day.

By Max G. from Jax, FL
February 17, 2010

Great knife, heavy duty, feel safe wherever I go. Would recommend to friends and family.

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