Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Black Tanto Folding Knife
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  • 3 1/4" black coated stainless steel blade
  • Multiple one handed opening options
  • Textured non-slip handle
  • Powerful pocket clip
  • 4 5/8" closed length

The Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Black Tanto folding knife is an extremely versatile tactical liner lock knife. Features a 3 1/4” black-coated stainless steel blade with a rubber coated steel liner handle. Includes a thumb stud and a pocket clip. 4 5/8” closed

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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Decent EDC Reviewed by James on Feb 20, 2014   3 out of 5

A very good, all around EDC knife. The handle has a very knife soft, grippy feeling rubber texture. The blades sharpness is decent, and it's also a good side. One downside is you cannot open it all the way with just the flipper. The thumbstud also has torn up my thumb quite a bit, so I have to be careful with that. Another issue is if I flip it open too quickly, the liner lock can get stuck which is annoying to undo. It's decent. A bit inconvenient, but not bad.

Light & Tactical Reviewed by Cody Obropta on Sep 20, 2013   4 out of 5

This knife is a great economy tactical knife. It's light weight, has a strong lock up, and a reasonably large blade. It has several options to open it including a right-hand thumb stud, a flipper at the bottom and also, one of the coolest features, a flipper at the top that could be used for a "wave opening." Check out a few youtube videos of the "wave opening" feature, because it is definitely one of the huge bonuses of this knife. The multiple opening options combined with light weight, a comfortable grip, and a long blade make this knife the perfect budget-tactical blade. The only con of this knife is the non-reversible pocket clip. The clip can't be moved to the opposite side or flipped for blade up carry. This is only a minor detail and I have no problem with it, especially for the price. If you've read this far, you should just add it to your cart already! Great deal!

Durability Reviewed by Danny Rogers on Mar 19, 2012   5 out of 5

My brother has had one of these for about two years and has used it for all kind of jobs. I've seen him work it on jobs should of ruined most folding knifes, but it stayed (and still is) in prime condition. So I got myself one. I put it through a series of grueling tests I do for most of my knifes to determine quality(If you want to know exactly what I do to test these knifes look at the "S&W Homeland Security Survival Camo" review). It did what a durable knife should do: Last through it all and still perform well without maintenance. I highly recommend this knife.

sharpness Reviewed by BEAST on Jun 24, 2011   5 out of 5

this is an incredible knife, just bought it today and i've already cut through my hand like butter. the greatest thing about this knife is its edge. i'm confident that this knife will stand the test of time. go out and buy one now!

Great knife Reviewed by Peaches on Jun 15, 2010   5 out of 5

This knife is great I've had it for almost a year and its still in great condition. the tip has stayed sharp through all I've put it though. its still quite sharp locks great and looks great. I carry this almost everywhere i go. All around a great knife.

Seems hig quality Reviewed by Karl on Nov 20, 2008   5 out of 5

A bit smaller than I expected but it seems to be put together quite well. The liner lock does seem a bit weak, but that's ok with me since I don't really plan on ever stabbing someone with it! : ) The pocket clip is good to!

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