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Smith and Wesson CH0015 Linerlock Drop Point Blade with Insertable Aluminum Handle with Pocket Clip


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  • 3.5-Inch blade, 4.5-Inch handle
  • 400 Series stainless steel
  • Thumb-stud on blade for one-handed opening
  • Aluminum handle
  • 4.8-Ounce
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Smith and Wesson CH0015 Linerlock Drop Point Blade with Insertable Aluminum Handle with Pocket Clip + Schrade IMP22 Imperial Single Blade Pocket Knife, Black Handle + Schrade IMP15T Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Price For All Three: CDN$ 30.68


Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberSW0015
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions13 x 4.6 x 2.5 cm
Item model numberCH0015
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Weight135 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB001TKM4LS
Best Sellers Rank #8,257 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 Kg
Date First AvailableJune 7 2012
  
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This knife features a fully honed stainless steel lock-back blade.

Product Description

Drop Point, Silver Aluminum Handle w/Blk. Insert, Plain

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Connor Nickerson on March 26 2014
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The handle is a bit awkward at the end of it.
The blade lock sticks out about .5mm too much and annoys the index finger.
The rubber insert on the handle is rather stiff rubber, and there is small gaps around the edges of it between the rubber and the cut out area for it.
Mine came with a screw missing, not just out or loose, but completely not in the packaging, it shipped still in the original box - sealed and all.

It's a bit heavy for the size, but it's a good heavy - in a way.

The clip feels nice, I would've preferred being able to switch it from tip down to tip up though. It also cannot be switched from one side to the other.
The blade is nice and sharp, right out of the box.
Other than what's stated above, the handle feels rather nice, and a whole lot better without the clip.
The handle aluminum seems to be better than on the Smith and Wesson CK105H.

For about half the price, I like it about equal to my S&W CK105H.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Lai on March 14 2014
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Rubber piece on handle is very thin and does not match up with the cutout it was made for.
Knife is a bit heavy.

Bought it to go camping and fishing. Will work perfect for these activites.
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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
A bit dirty but overall a good knife. Jan. 7 2014
By Jose Pavel Castro - Published on Amazon.com
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When it arrived it had lubricant all over it. It seems like they used plenty of oil to get this knife ready to ship. I cleaned it and it has worked very well. It's sharp, easy to use and very light. I have not needed to sharpen it again but the blade seems to be a S&W standard steel blade so I don't think it should be a problem.
WOW June 28 2013
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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That's right, "WOW". For a whole $8, how could you beat this? Okay, so a $8 Mora utility knife may beat it, because it's a fixed carbon steel blade. I had a hard time finding a carbon steel folding pocket knife at a reasonable price, so I settled for the softer metal stainless steel. As I looked around, it was hard to see why I needed to pay more for a knife than this S & W. It's a hair big for a pocket knife, but it will in fact fit into a pocket, easily. If it's too big for you, it has a great clip to clip it on to your pocket. I think the knife opens too easy, but with thumb pegs, I guess it's meant to open easy. It locks open very well however. This one I have sliced through paper extremely well, right out of the package. Not the best looking knife when it's closed, but who said it had to be pretty? I'll probably order more of these for Christmas gifts. They are nice pocket knives, for a great price. Ya know what, if you don't like it, it's not like you are out of a lot of money, hey? Every bit worth the $8 I paid.
Great blade, poor handle. May 25 2012
By SDH - Published on Amazon.com
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I received this knife some time ago but have just gotten around to writing the review. This knife was ordered to sample the quality before ordering several dozens for engraving to be handed out at work.

I was disappointed when first opening the box. The adhesive used to attach the metal grip to the handle had almost fully worn off. The rubber piece was barely attached. I used some contact cement from the warehouse to reattach it but that shouldn't have been necessary.

The blade itself was fairly sharp and has maintained its edge well.

Overall it isn't a bad knife but I am glad to have ordered one before buying a batch.
Five Stars Aug. 14 2014
By GH - Published on Amazon.com
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