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This knife has a coated stainless steel handle and a blade that is 4.743 inches long (the entire knife measures 8.843 inches long). The steel is 440c, and the knife weights 7.7 ounces. A leather sheath with pocket clip is included.

Black 7Cr17 High Carbon Stainless Steel Duel Edged Spear Point Blade with Blood Groove
Black Rubber Wrapped Handle with Lanyard Hole and Black Leather Belt or Boot Sheath. Quality tested and ensured for maximum durability
Blade Length: 4.75 inch (12.1 cm) Handle Length: 4.25 inch (10.8 cm)
Overall Length: 9.00 inch (22.9 cm) Weight: 0.5 pounds
Recreational and professional level use

ASIN#: B000IXG44U
Model number#: SWHRT9B

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Prop 65 warning kills the deal!

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I purchased one at academy, very good carry knife. It’s pretty sharp out the box and feels well made. I work a part time retail jobs at night and keep it on me “in the event of”.

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I bought 2 last time they were on sale. Love em. Sharp as hell, and the handle feels great. If you're some jag-off who says it's not adequate for boar hunting , or defending yourself in Jalallabad, you're missing the point. It's just a decent backup blade for the money, maybe something for the glove box....

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Junk mall ninja crap.

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Budget, soft 7Cr17 steel prone to dull or fold over with lots of use, but a knife like this you carry for defense and not as a workhorse. The tip is somewhat delicate due to it's intended piercing purpose, but will take a fine edge and stab like a mofo if you are forced to defend yourself with it.

Is more of a full size knife than the small boot knife I currently have, hope the sale is still going next payday.

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this knife comes with a warning that it will expose you to cancer and birth defect causing chemicals. i called s&w and then called the orig manufacture.. (smith re-badges these they do not make them in house) and was told it was fine..
the case xx i bought a month later didnt come with such a warning. the gerber i bought after that didnt come with such a warning..
u decided..

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Newsflash: with few exceptions, if it's got plastic in it, it carries a Prop. 65 warning since ALL solvents used in plastics manufacture are known to cause harm once the concentration is high enough. Sterile saline solution will cause harm if you inject it in the concentrations they used to determine that artificial sweeteners cause cancer! Basically, you can sell virtually anything no matter how harmful as long as you put a Prop. 65 warning label on it, so it has become utterly meaningless. It's like the old comic strip where one guy is poking his head into the lab & sees everyone in their lab coats moping around and asks "What's wrong?" & gets the reply "We just discovered that everything causes cancer..." Bottom line: don't huff the stank coming off the cheap Chinesium of this thing, and you should be fine. [I'd also suggest washing the cr@p out of it before 1st use, with strong detergent while wearing some rubber gloves. Why? Because I recommend doing this with virtually everything you buy these days! Sooo many residual chemicals...]

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Go to home depot, read the warning labels. Pretty much everything is known to the state of California to cause cancer. If it doesn't state that it is known to cause cancer, then it isn't sold in California.

So, basically, as long as you don't take it to California, you should be fine, but once you cross the boarder, you will magically develop cancer from all these products.

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You should Google California's prop 65 warning label requirements and educate yourself on the subject. California (and a few other states, IIRC) has very aggressive warning requirements for any product the state thinks might be even remotely dangerous.

CA assumes a product is unsafe unless it is tested to their satisfaction and proven safe, or it must carry the warning. Guilty unless proven innocent. Stupid stuff like testing unfinished wood toys for lead. Large companies can test their toys because they have the budget, but it may very well put a mom and pop company out of business.

Many companies find it cheaper to label all their products rather than do the testing required to avoid it and/or risk being sued. So, unless you intend to eat one of these knives every day over a 70 year lifetime, the warning is pretty much B.S.

Lots of unscrupulous attorneys make a fortune in settlements from frivolous lawsuits filed against companies over the labeling of products. Here is a great article on the damage government can do in the name of "public safety:"

http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-pro-con2-2009nov02-story.html

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Even coffee, yes coffee, has such a label in Commiefornia.

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Should be asking what they put in the coffee that warrants that warning, and if it's really a necessary ingredient

I get bashing communism, but don't act like a capitalist company wouldn't out something overtly dangerous in a product just to save or make a few bucks

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I personally like this knife. Leather sheath is good. Tip seems breakable though if used roughly

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