Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Knife

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posted on December 11, 2016
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Smith & Wesson offers a host of fixed- and folding-blade options for those looking for a utilitarian tool at a reasonable price point. One option in the company's lineup is the fixed-blade spear-point H.R.T. knife.

The H.R.T. features a full-tang fixed blade made from 7Cr17 high-carbon stainless steel finished with a textured black coating to protect it from the elements. The blade features a blood groove running more than half the length of the knife. The tang is wrapped in a rubber handle that features a lanyard hole featuring a brass grommet for extra reinforcement.

The length of the blade is 4.75 inches, while the overall knife is 9 inches long. Total weight of the H.R.T. is 0.5 pound. The knife comes with a black leather sheath that features a snap retention loop and a metal clip that can be used to attach the sheath to a boot or a belt. The suggested retail price for the Smith & Wesson H.R.T. knife is $26.66.

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