|Item Weight||7.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 6 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||SWMP4L|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty against any manufacturing defects|
Smith & Wesson Military & Police SWMP4L Large M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife
|You Save:||$15.22 (24%)|
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- Black 4034 Stainless Steel Partially Serrated Clip Point Blade Ambidextrous Thumb Plate
- Black Aluminum Handle with Black Rubber Inlay, Safety Lock, Glass Break and Pocket Clip
- Blade Length: 3.6 inch (9.1 cm) Handle Length: 5.0 inch (12.7 cm)
- Overall Length: 8.6 inch (21.8 cm) Weight: 0.5 pounds
- Recreational and professional level use
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From the Manufacturer
The Magic Assisted Opening System helps fold open the blade single handedly.
Top Customer Reviews
-The blade seems reasonably sharp out of the box. I ran through a fine side of a sharpener just to be sure, and it seems to be keeping its edge. -Spring seems decently strong. I haven't had it mess up when deploying the blade yet.
-The aesthetics of the knife are pretty good. I really like the way it looks, and it sort of matches my S&W Shield.
-My biggest complaint with this knife is the pocket clip. I'm not particularly fond of how it makes a sort of "C" shape and gets thinner in the middle, rather than just being a traditional straight flat bar. Also, the indent in the clip is short and deep, as opposed to a wide generous bend like in other knives. This makes drawing and re-clipping a hassle, as it likes to catch on the seam of my work pants pockets. I keep hoping that I don't have the screws fall out like other reviewers have said.
-A minor complaint I have is the safety. I'd much prefer it to have a positive "click" to it, much like that of a pistol safety. Instead it just kinda slides back and forth with little pressure.
-It should also be worth noting that this is another product that S&W simply put their logo on; they did not actually manufacture this knife.
EDIT: The trigger on the knife broke the other day when I dropped it on the bathroom floor. Once I opened up the housing, I saw that the trigger is just a stamped piece of thin sheet metal with a small 90 degree bend at the end to push the blade up. That small bend is what broke off, meaning that the trigger just flops around and doesn't open the knife. Then this morning I found that the safety stopped working. Found this out when it popped open in my pocket. Looked at the safety and it was in fact still on. It seems that the metal either warped or wore down too much, as the knife just pushes the safety off as it pops open.
First and foremost, the knife is solidly built. I'd compare it to a Hummer H1.....big, solid, heavy duty. I've been using regularly now for camping, fishing, hiking, cooking, and light utility work like cutting rope, cardboard, etc. It holds an edge well with only the occasional Lanski ceramic touch-up needed. The spring assist mechanism seems to be extremely robust. I've opened many hundreds of times I'm sure. I've caught my son sitting on the couch watching TV a dozen or so times closing and opening over and over likely in the thousands of blade openings. Other than a few occasional drops of oil on the hinge pin, everything works as well as the day I purchased the knife. I'd recommend this knife in a heartbeat. Not the prettiest, but if your tastes lean to all things rugged, tough and heavy duty, you won't be at all disappointed.