The Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto Folder is the perfect knife for everyday carry. Made with quality materials and unbeatable sharpness, you won't want to leave home without it.
Crafted with the user in mind, the Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto Pocket Knife features a 3.3-inch black-coated stainless steel blade that is incredibly sharp and built to last.
The partially serrated blade allows you to tackle any cutting job easily. But what really sets this knife apart is the rubberized aluminum handle. The handle is comfortable to hold and provides a secure grip in any situation. It’s the perfect fit for your hand, making it easy to hold and control. Weighing in at only 4.4 ounces, it's lightweight and easy to carry. You won't even realize it's in your pocket until you need it.
This knife also comes with a pocket clip, making it easy to attach to your pocket or belt. The liner lock ensures that the blade stays securely in place during use. What's more, the sleek black color of the knife adds style and sophistication.
This item is also available with individual name stamping. Please search for catalog number 374977 to view.
|Brand||Smith & Wesson|
|Blade Edge||Partially Serrated/ComboEdge|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Handle Material||Aluminum, Rubber|
|Lock Type||Liner Lock|
|Pocket Clip Include||Yes|
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I like this knife a LOT better than the assisted opening (SWMP4LS) version. Kind of partial to the Tanto point, too. It's lighter, slimmer, reliable, and a lot easier to open 1-handed. Thinking of a 2nd one to keep in the car, just in case.
The locking mechanism on my knife got stuck so the blade was locked into the open position, wouldn’t recommend this knife.
So sorry to hear about the issue, Noah. We sent you an email to resolve the issue.
Product arrived on time and was exactly as described. Comes rather sharp and seems to hold an edge well for a cheap knife. I’d buy it again if it ever breaks. 10/10 recommend
Nice knife, very sharp.
It was sharp out of the box, cut a small sliver off a piece of cardstock first try. However the only bad thing I have to say is it was a little tight and hard to flick open, and after not too many times of opening it the frame lock filed away the butt of the knife which made it so the frame lock doesn't stop in the middle of the butt of the knife, it goes all the way to the other side, which looks bad and like it may allow the knife to close slightly.