Smith & Wesson OTF Assisted Opening Pocket Knife Spear Point
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  • 4034 stainless steel blade is serrated on top
  • Black titanium nitride blade finish
  • Out-the-front assisted-opening mechanism
  • Textured handle with glass breaker
  • Sturdy pocket clip
  • Measures 5" closed


After the tremendous success of the first generation of Out-the-Front knives, Smith and Wesson introduces its second-generation OTF knives with a new improved aluminum & rubber outlay handle. The 3" black coated 4034 stainless steel spear point blade still rockets out from the handle, but a pistol-style safety on the side of the handle assures no accidental deploy of the blade.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.43 out of 5
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S&W OTF knife Reviewed by Jeff Dunn on Jun 10, 2013   4 out of 5

Overall this is a decent knife. Had to oil it and work the blade and lock to loosen it up a little. The release to return the blade is a bit difficult to operate due the small size, but is workable. Have to use my thumb nail to allow the return to work in bringing the blade back in. Again, overall it is a good knife. Just keep the lock secured so it doesn't accidentally open. Gave one to a friend who really likes it too.



Reviewed by Shaun LaValley Jr on Oct 21, 2011   5 out of 5

The reviews that say this has an all metal grip are incorrect, it is made of Zytel, the same material used for the frame of the Smith & Wesson M&P. I repeat NOT METAL.

O.K. now that I have that out of the way, this is a great knife. It comes moderately sharp, could definitely use a pass over your fine or higher grade whetstones.The action is the same every time. Hard to close one-handed but it is possible. Very easy to open but makes a good deal of noise. The clip is too close to the handle to make for a good boot knife, not to mention the frame is too wide. However it is a great pocket or belt knife.

Pros:
- Very well constructed
- Very easy to open
- Blade holds a edge well
- Its an S&W
- It gets the job done

Cons:
- Hard to close one handed if you don't have enough thumb strength or range of motion
- Loud
- Not very ascetically pleasing

Overall:
- if you are looking for a new knife get this, its a real beauty. The pros massively outweigh the cons.

Side notes:
- Move the secondary safety(the one one the bump you press) to the side in order to close the knife.
- If the primary safety is reapplied when the blade is out the blade is locked in place.



Reviewed by Rick Tobin on Mar 09, 2011   4 out of 5

excelent quality and quite durable.the all metal grip ads good weight



Reviewed by Michael Garcia on Jan 13, 2011   5 out of 5

Hard to figure out at first, you need to push down on the little button above the trigger to close it. Good weight and an ok glass breaker. Hard spring, you need to have a strong thumb to close the knife with one hand though, overall great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Reviewed by Dave Casacci on Mar 05, 2010   4 out of 5

Here's the straight deal:
The action is great, feels just like the old-school switchblades! It has good weight to it because the handle is solid metal with no rubber or plastic parts. The blade is only edged on one side. The side with the serration is a false edge except for the serration. The flat part of the blade with the writing on it rubs the opening during open/close causing light blade wear and the logo to come off. This does NOT effect the edge, just the cosmetic. Opening is a one handed procedure but closing is two. I am split in my opinion, it's a great tactical but a poor aesthetic. Get this if you need "the job done".



Reviewed by Johnathan Fuller on Feb 25, 2010   5 out of 5

I bought this knife a couple weeks back.

Wicked knife indeed. Blade comes out so fast it almost has a kick to it.

Razor sharp, you can shave with it right out of the box.

Ended up selling mine to a guy at the bar for 50 bucks, so I had to buy another one.

Overall 10 out of 10

Bad ass knife!



Reviewed by Chris Roland on Dec 25, 2009   4 out of 5

Very nice! handle is a little bigger than pictured but all in all always happy with S&W. OTF action is siiiiiiick too.



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