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- Equipped with ambidextrous liner lock action
- Ambidextrous thumb knobs and jimping
- Textured black aluminum handle with lanyard hole and pocket clip
- 3.25" Blade length and handle length of 4.13" with overall length of 7.38"
- Black 7Cr17 high carbon stainless steel tanto blade
- Folding knife ideal for camping, fishing, hunting, and more
- Comfortable-to-hold black aircraft aluminum handle
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The construction is solid...black anodized, micro-grooved scales with large, appealing "lightening holes". Oversized blade pivot, and well-finished, tiny screws holding it all together. On the right side is located a strong, spring-steel pocket clip, also finished in a deep, matte black, attached by three tiny screws just behind the pivot pin.
The blade is just shy of 3.25", a dropped, tanto style with serrations along half its lower edge. The blade is also "single sided" meaning the "front" (left) side has the contour shaping, serrations, and logo, while the "back" (right) side is flat. This is of no import on this type of knife to any degree more than holding the price down since only one side of the blade needs to be machined. The blade is a deep black matte finish of S&W's proprietary process and has proved to be quite durable over a year of less than gentle handling. The blade is activated by a large thumbstud located near the hilt along the spine...on BOTH sides of the blade for ambidexterous use.
Blade locking is accomplished by a spring-steel liner lock affixed to the inside of the right scale (handle), and snaps in behind the blade when opened to positively lock the blade against accidental closure. I've heard of liner-locks failing, but it's hard to see how this one could.
Overall fit is well above average. The blade operates smoothly...VERY smoothly and snaps into lock with a reassuringly audible click. Despite being light, the blade can also be snapped into lock with a quick flick of the wrist after the thumb has opened it about 20 degrees.Read more ›
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I've had the Smith & Wesson CK5TBS Bullseye Extreme Ops 4.1" 40% Serrated Black Tanto Blade for a few months now and decided to do a video review. Enjoy!
Reflecting upon another review, it is possible that a smaller hand might find the thumb-knurl on the small side and difficult to open, for lack of leverage and inadequate purchase. This is only a guess, but may be a matter of consideration for others. As already noted, I find the blade easy to open and the lock mechanism tight and solid.
One other point of approval -- the belt-clip is very solid, tight and well-mounted. Many other manufacturers seem to go cheap on the clip, which makes carrying the knife a problem after a while. The clip loosens up and the knife will easily fall off the belt if one is in an awkward position or brushing past things. This guy looks like it will stay on the belt long after the belt itself has fallen away. This, for me, is another positive.
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The Main Points:
First, I've only had this one day, so these are some initial thoughts.
The thumb stud and liner lock are a nice latch that makes it easy to open and close with one hand.
The serrations are nice, and work OK as a wood saw, not amazing, but there is just a little over an inch of serration, so what can you expect?
The only complaint: I don't like that the blade has an angle bend. A curve would be much nicer for such things as whittling.
Overall, a good tool. I am satisfied with my purchase and would reccomend it to others.
*Update* - yeah guys I have come to understand that a tanto blade has the angle. But I want to point out that particular shortcoming to someone like me, who had no idea what that meant. So to all- This is a great Tanto blade. Enjoy.
I wasn't expecting much. I read the reviews and said to myself, "I know this is a waste of money but why the hell not?" I'm glad I did.
I'm kind of a knife nut. I've been one since I was a kid and that was a lonnnnngggg time ago. Over the years I have collected dozens of knives and I've used all of them for various tasks around the house, on the job and while camping or travelling. I have several big knives from Swamp Rat, Becker and SOG, a few martial arts knives from Cold Steel, hunting knives from Lakota, Puma, Fallkniven and Buck and boxes full of folding knives from Victorinox, Spyderco, Buck, Kershaw, Al Mar, Benchmade, Gerber and numerous others. A few purchases were junk--like a CRKT folder that refuses to take an edge no matter how much I hone it. A few were disappointments--like an Ontario/RAT military/survival knife that cost a hundred bucks and the handles fit like a three buck dimestore toy. A few were surprises--like the Byrd knives made in China and imported by Spyderco.
This S&W was one of the surprises.
It's made in China by Taylor Cutlery. It's badged as Smith & Wesson but S&W doesn't really make it and probably has nothing to do with the design, choice of materials or anything else. It's a cheap knife that is made to be sold and should be junk. But it's not.
This is not the sharpest knife I've ever bought but it can be sharpened to a good utility edge. The serrations are good for utility purposes as well and they can be touched up nicely with the Spyderco Sharpmaker. It's not the prettiest knife I've ever bought but I bought it as a "beater" so looks are not important.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my go to knife. I have purchased the S&W CK5TBS and have had it as my go to everyday knife for over 7 years. Read morePublished 6 days ago by J. Mejia
Amazing little knife. Looks and feels great and not has a little bit of weight to it which is great.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Not a bad knife for the price. Its not all that sharp, but for $11 I liked it.Published 7 days ago by C. Mcrae
The blade steel is too soft for a knife blade, mine came with 3 stripped screws in the clip, so...I did not get to use the clip, the handle is slippery, somehow, even when dry, the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Sundance
Great little knives. Cheap, durable enough, and holds an edge. Great little work knife.Published 23 days ago by WMKzelis