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Smith & Wesson HRT boot knife review – Tactical dagger

Specifications:

Overall length: 23 cm (9 1/8”)
Blade length: 12.4 cm (4 7/8”)
Weight: 220 g (7.7 oz)

Blade material: Stainless steel (440C?)
Handle material: Rubberized zytel

Price range: $16-20

Where to get it:

http://www.hrknives.com/swhrt9b-s-w-hrt-boot-knife/

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17 replies on “Smith & Wesson HRT boot knife review – Tactical dagger”

Just an fyi for anyone wondering. Blade is "7Cr17MoV High Carbon Stainless Steel" copied straight from s&w website

If a Coronal Mass Ejection takes the power grid out for a few months, suddenly this baby will NOT be illegal to own!

I own one of these, it's a nice knife but really is limited in practical use. My only real criticism about it is the gaurd could benefit from being metal. You can bend the rubber with your thumb with enough pressure, doesn't feel sturdy enough.

Great Video! I have been looking for a backup boot knife that I would not mind if got lost or stolen and I think the SWHRT9b would be great for the job!

That’s a reprint from the brand Reaper but smith and Weston asked reaper to produce one

these knives come single edged in most places, but it is designed to be easy to make a dual edged blade

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