This lightweight pocket clip folder is a little too military to be a great utility or camp knife, but the camouflage titanium coated tanto blade will still appeal to some. If you do need an emergency knife for a reasonable price, the Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Serrated Tanto certainly fills the bill.
The G10 composite handle, textured for a non-slip grip, stays warm in the hand even in frigid weather. A flick of the thumb stud swings the stout 3.5-inch blade out and locks it in place. For cutting seat belts and rope, the serrated teeth on the inner section of cutting edge could be very efficient, but they’ll also interfere with sharpening later on. The tanto point, originally designed for piercing armor, could be too delicate for practical purposes in ordinary life. If your emergency involves turning the head of a screw, the tanto tip won’t be the best choice.
Compare the knife to your needs — the Extreme Ops Camo Tanto falls into an odd range between practical civilian blade and rugged survival or tactical knife. The Camo Tanto weighs only 5 ounces, so tuck it away in a pocket as a backup blade or stash it with your bug out bag. A short armor piercing folding knife won’t be needed every day.