Sunday, December 16, 2012

Smith & Wesson CH0016 Bullseye Knife

I'm not a knife guy.  I read a lot of reviews by guys that appear to have money to burn on buying knives and a large closet to keep them in.  I always carry a small pocket knife due to a severe lack of finger nails.  This blade is substanially bigger than my fingar nails.  During the recent Sandy debacle I was trying to hold up a 15' evergreen with a rope looped around it.  I needed to cut the rope while continuing to keep the tree from blowing over in the driving rain. I was able to pull this knife out of my jeans due to the very nice clip which kept it accessible.  Then I was able to get it open with one hand while still keeping the *&%)# tree from pulling me over.  The blade holds a great edge and two short strokes the rope was cut, I was able to tie the tree off and get out of the rain and wind.  So a larger knife is handy, this is a good one at a great price.  Now if they make one that is one quarter the weight I might be able to clip it to something besides jeans.  I recommend the knife.

Blade length: 3 3/8"; Razor Edge.Overall length: 8". Closed length: 4 5/8".Steel: Black Teflon Coated Stainless Steel.Handle: Anodized black aluminum with a textured soft insert for superior grip. Dual Thumb Studs.Carry System: Pocket clip and lanyard hole.

Product Features

·                     3.3" blade, 4.6" handle
·                     400 Series stainless steel
·                     Thumb-stud on blade for one-handed opening
·                     Aluminum handle
·                     4.6 ouces


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