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Knife Review : S&W "SWHRT9B" (CHEAP Great Double Edged Dagger)

I am certainly a fan of this cheap knife!!!

28 replies on “Knife Review : S&W "SWHRT9B" (CHEAP Great Double Edged Dagger)”

I have this knife. It's a great boot knife for the low price the leather sheath is very nice too. Much better than other boot knives in the price range. Very comfortable on my boot all day even when working construction

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

I have the same boot knife…wonderful blade! With lock strap you can hang on backpack straps upside down. Had a military issue boot knife in the service and hung it on my ALICE gear straps upside down. Great easy access that way. Been looking for a good boot knife awhile and finally found this at military surplus store. Really happy with it. Came VERY sharp!

im about 99% sure that blade in made in taiwan, thats where s&w makes most of there blades..i have one of these but have the box anymore so im only 99% sure

I've read (just as spuriously) that blood grooves aren't meant to make the target bleed out quicker, but to make it easier to withdraw the knife and stab again, by preventing some kind of vacuum suction. I'm not an anatomist, but my suspicion is that human bodies don't work that way. I've also never been in a dagger fight either. Just in case you were curious.

One of my first knives, I used to practice throwing it at my door when I was a lil whippersnapper

I have this knife, but it is Timber Wolf. But basically everything is the same from what I see here. I love it. I attach it to my jeans and hide it under my shirt.

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The state usually has laws that allow an officer to make an easy arrest and search and seizure. Sometimes unconstitutional laws like cursing in public, and drunk in public.

If police think you're under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they can make an arrest. Someone reports you as suspicious, police show up, think they smell weed or alcohol on you, they frisk you and charge you with a concealed weapon.

You can't conceal daggers in most if not all US states, and some countries outlaw all knives except kitchen knives like the UK.

I agree with you jeff. as longe as you're happy with you're knife that's all that matters. don't listen to what everybody els Say's.

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This is one hundred percent a boot knife, not a belt knife. It's pretty small for a boot knife, actually. Unless you buy cheap imitations, and not historic or military boots knives. It's about as poor a belt knife as you can find. This is NOT my idea of a good fighting knife. It will get you killed in a fight. It is, however, a very good throwing knife, and a pretty decent killing someone from behind knife.

As for a fuller, it does save weight, which matters because you most certainly will notice it if you throw a knife. More important, it saves steel. It saves tons of steel over the lifetime of a popular knife, which saves on cost, and this ois why the fuller exists.

7Cr17 is NOT a very soft steel. Saying that makes me seriously doubt how much you know about knives, or about steel. It's the kind of thing a steel snob who is really incredibly ignorant would say. Whatever the cause, it is, at best, a very ignorant statement, and, at worst, a stupid one.

I've also received two stories from S&W about what steel they use for this knife, not that there's really much difference. One is 7Cr17MoV, and the other is Aus-8a. Both are pretty decent steels, and neither is the least bit soft. Not that soft means much at all. Other things mean far, far, far more than HRC, but those ignorant of blade steel don't realize it. Even many professional knife makes have no clue at all about what makes good blade steel.

I love mine daggers are illegal in pa but i have the same blade just sharp on one end i wear cowboy boots fits perfect i forget its there

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