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Smith & Wesson SWHRT9B Fixed Blade Knife

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020

Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Product Features

  • 4.7-inch blade
  • Lightweight at 7.7oz
  • Sheath can attach onto a belt or boot
  • Full tang construction
  • Made from high carbon stainless steel
  • Black rubber wrapped handle
  • Includes a handguard for safety
  • Double-edged blade

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Smith & Wesson SWHRT9B Fixed Blade Knife.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Small blade is ideal for fine cutting
  • Double-edged blade makes it sharp and powerful enough for self-defense
  • Full tang construction
  • Lightweight
  • Easy access with attachable sheath
  • Durable stainless steel design
  • Includes a handguard for safety
  • Budget-friendly

Cons

  • Some customers have found that it isn't the best quality knife, and not as sharp as competitor knives

Smith & Wesson SWHRT9B Fixed Blade Knife Product Review

The Smith & Wesson SWHRT9B Fixed Blade Knife is convenient for almost any survival situation.

That comes with a sheath that can attach to your belt or boot for easy access in the wilderness, whilst also adding protection for the blade itself.

The Smith & Wesson fixed blade knife is full tang, with a blade length of 4.7 inches and weighs 7.7oz, making it super lightweight. It has a double-edge blade, which means it is very sharp and ideal for both fine cutting tasks and self-defense.

It is made from high carbon stainless steel, so should be durable against rust and corrosion.

The Smith & Wesson fixed blade knife features a black rubber wrapped handle and a has a handguard, to prevent slipping and improve your overall grip.

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