Take a look at this Smith and Wesson Bullseye Extreme Ops knife. At only 3.22″ long, the 440C Teflon coated stainless steel, combo edge, tanto point blade is not big and scary. Rather, it has a sleek and stealthy design, and a great quality. Perfect for its intended use as an concealed weapon. Let’s be frank — this knife is not a hunting knife, it is not a utility knife, it is not a gentleman’s knife. It was designed and intended to for use as a weapon of self-defense. That is what Smith and Wesson does – they make weapons.
That is not to say that it can’t serve as your every day carry knife, ready for whatever comes your way. The partial serrations offer a choice in function.
The Teflon coated stainless steel cuts out the blade’s reflective surfaces for concealment. The tanto point is a common choice for combat knives, and I like the tanto because the point is actually a second edge. The 440C steel has strength, wear-resistance, and stain-resistance properties. It is generally considered a very good steel with aptitude for general use. A thumb rest is found on the spine of the blade, over the handle, and thumb studs are located on both sides of the blade for quick and easy ambidextrous opening. With a little practice, this knife will be out and ready to go in no time.
The 4.06″ stainless steel handle is designed to be lightweight and strong, with black G10 scales and a liner lock that holds the blade solidly. A removable stainless steel clip is included. As well, the knife can be attached via a lanyard hole.
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