Smith & Wesson Hostage Rescue Team Boot Knife
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  • 7Cr17 stainless steel blade
  • Non-reflective anodized black coating
  • ABS handle with stacked style
  • Fiberglass lined nylon boot clip sheath
  • Measures 8 1/2" overall

If you want a quality knife that is both discreet and effective, you can't go wrong with the Smith & Wesson Hostage Rescue Team boot knife, featuring a double-edged stainless steel blade. The ABS handle is cast with intricate grooves that offer an extremely good grip. Clip it to your booth with boot clip sheath.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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Solid knife Reviewed by Sam on Dec 30, 2013   4 out of 5

A great boot knife with a high quality plastic handle and a hefty blade. The knife itself is solid as a rock. My only complaint is the sheath. It uses a molded plastic sheath with a small tab which holds the knife in securely. The only problem is that that tab is the weak point and can break fairly easily. I had this knife for a year and a half before it happened to me. Otherwise though, the sheath works great. It holds the knife in place and uses a small release on the knife itself to remove the knife. The release works wonderfully. Still, I do not regret the purchase. If I did it again though, I would be more mindful of the sheath. If this came with a leather-like sheath, this would be the perfect boot knife.

Great knife Reviewed by Robbyrimes69 on Jun 30, 2012   5 out of 5

This is a great knife it comes sharp right out of the box wit a cool sheath. And if you didn't notice in the picture there's no strap on the sheath to keep the knife in it but there's a button on the knife handle (that doesn't get in the way) and the knife will come out extremely fast after holding down the button great knife!

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