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Smith & Wesson SWHRT9B Black HRT Boot Knife

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  • Coated Stainless Steel Blade
  • Black aluminum handle
  • Double edged spear point blade
  • Comes with a leather boot sheath w/ pocket clip
  • Weighs a lightweight 7.7 ounces
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SWHRT9B
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions9.9 x 2.1 x 0.9 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberSWHRT9B
ColorBlack
Material440C
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime Limited Warrany
  
Additional Information
ASINB000IXG44U
Best Sellers Rank #3,275 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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Product Description

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.

Customer Reviews

It came very sharp out of the box.
Brad Galles
The black leather sheath was also very nice and fit in my boot very nicely.
wesley sands
This is a very well made solid, and very nicely balanced Boot Knife!
RSM

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Krall on March 14, 2009
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This knife has a good weight and feel. It is a little small, but that is good for a knife that will be concealed in a boot. The guard is barely wider than the sheath and not as wide as my hand when holding it. The balance point is just below the guard, if that matters to you.
The blade is black, which makes for easier stealth. It was already sharpened when it arrived, not razor sharp, but sharp enough.
The sheath is thick and solid, which is a good thing since you don't want the knife cutting right through it. The snap for the strap that holds the knife in is easy to undo with your thumb. Moving the strap out of the way with your thumb to pull the knife out one handed may take a little getting used to. But it is easier than some knives I have used. The clip on the sheath is solid and strong. Though I would have preferred it up higher so the knife sits farther down in the boot. But then you would have to reach further into your boot to release it.
It is a good knife that I would recommend to someone looking for a boot knife.
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145 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Rex on September 30, 2009
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At this price its a no brainier to buy this knife

Pros:

well balanced, good for throwing

Comes sharp enough to shave off hair

sturdy construction

ergonomic handle

cons:

A little bit smaller than it looks in the picture

Double edged blade is illegal to carry in some areas
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163 of 185 people found the following review helpful By D. Thomas on October 9, 2011
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I think this is an excellent knife, particularly for the price. A little on the large side for a boot knife, but it does fit nicely over/under the waistband.
As mentioned, I have owned three of these knives so far..the first two were sold by Amazon directly. Really surprising, nice finish, good edge right out of the box..the third, not so much.
The last one was from an Amazon supplier called "NORAM INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS, LTD"
It arrived unboxed (in a non-sealed plastic bag) the black coating on the blade was the antithesis of "nice." Remember the black crinkle paint everyone used to squirt on their engine parts back in the seventies? That's what this blade looks like it was finished with..to add insult to injury, it's got an edge that feels like it was laid on with a bench grinder, and there's "crinkle paint" overspray on the handle.
Methinks I got a counterfeit, no friggin' WAY this thing could have gotten by quality control at a real manufacturer..
Anyway. Returning the junk (for a full refund, thanks Amazon!) and am buying another through Amazon direct..if this one's also crap, then I'll assume that S&W has quit making 'em "right."

EDIT: A few days later, and I've received the second (fourth, actually) knife from Amazon. I regret to say that it's the twin of the other POS, and will also be shipped back for some other fool to purchase..
Apparently S&W has farmed this job out to an inferior manufacturer, or quality control is now a thing of the past, or maybe I'm just incredibly un-lucky and have received the only two piss-poor examples..I dunno.
Quite the bummer, as the first two knives purchased (a couple years ago) were of excellent quality and truly deserved the five-star rating this review USED TO carry.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Trevor H on December 19, 2010
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First off you should know that this thing is built like a tank. The grip (though smallish) WANTS to be held and is coated with what feels like rubberized sandpaper. The blade faces are the same way and feel like sandpaper, but in a great way. The knife is totally blacked out except for the exposed honed edges. Comes out of the box sharp enough to make you nervous, and this is coming from a knife fetishist. Not some noob who buys from BudK and calls everything "razor sharp". Whole knife is balanced enough to throw in the "no spin" method up to about 8 feet without a second thought.
It is not razor sharp because it is not a razor. It is however, "dont eff around with me" sharp on both edges.
Sheath is solidly built of thick black leather and is easy to open by simply slamming the hand down over the button then pulling back up with the handle in your grip. Personally I'd like to have seen a Kydex one simply because the knife is so sharp that sometimes when sheathing the blade I can feel it cutting the leather at the bottom of the sheath. But the fit is secure and aside from irking me now and again it has served well enough.
Let it be known that this IS a boot knife. The clip on the sheath is not at the center off gravity so this cannot efficiently be worn on the belt as it will slump over. It is meant to be worn in the internal outside side of the boot. I wear mine with a pair of mil-spec Vibram combat boots and so far it has deployed without a hitch on the few times i have used it.
This knife has the potential to be an EDC workhorse without putting a demonstrative dent in your budget.
At 15 bucks, buy it.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael M. on March 9, 2011
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As I've written in other reviews, I've been very pleased with several of the Smith and Wesson knives found on amazon.com. These were no exception. I originally purchased 1 of these knives for use in my Bates urban combat boots, and have since purchased 2 more.

In regards to the quality of this knife, it is extremely well made. The sheath seems to be genuine leather, and the blade itself has a very nice powder coat. The handle is a very high quality rubber, and I believe the knife to be full tang. I haven't taken the handle apart to check, as that would effectively ruin it, but based upon its feel, and the weight, I believe it is full tang. The balance of this knife is wonderful.

As a note, this blade is double-edged, which has questionable legality in certain localities. Additionally, as it is a boot knife, in certain locations, wearing this in a boot without a concealed weapons permit may be illegal. While I am not a lawyer, and you should not take this as legal advice, in general, as it is a blade and not a firearm, nobody seems to care. However, it is something to keep in mind.

The blade itself is very well made, and has handled many throws at varying objects (as the knife is so well balanced, I've utilized it as a throwing knife while bored, or just for fun). The powder coating WILL degrade over time as the knife is plunged into a material such as wood, as the wood will scrape it off. On my original knife, about 1 inch of the tip is without coating, mostly because of the amount of times I've stabbed it, or thrown it, into wood. The blade seems to hold an edge very well, but again, be aware, that the coating will come off if, during sharpening, you are not careful to sharpen ONLY the edge.
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