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: Smith & Wesson Homeland Security Bowie Stabview
Blade Length: 5.75 inches Steel: 7Cr17 Thickness: 0.25 inches Weight: 1 pound 10 ounces (19.3 ounces without sheath) Handle Scales: G10 Sheath: Nylon Notes: ...They talk
The Smith & Wesson Homeland Bowie resembles an overbuilt Ka-bar, with a
lesser steel but also a lesser price. Brutal but effective.´╗┐#2.
I like SW knives, good knives for a budget. My wife carries a smith and
wesson folder. Thanks for the review bro´╗┐#3.
Had one and the blade broke in two, I found it was junk , oh well the store
refunded me and all was well.´╗┐#4.
Great video. Another one.
In your opinion, If Zombies are invading your home tomorrow: Which is
better?, a steel of lesser quality, but full tang and thicker OR one
thinner and no Full tang (just a bar), plus not stainless.
My first answer: i would like the full tang bad steel. What do you think
Israel?. Thanks again.´╗┐#5.
Stabby tip lol. as if I've found someone else who's used that term. nice
you don't take yourself too seriously´╗┐#6.
As you were joking about the names knifes like that get sold, do you think
that these knifes are needed? I don┬┤t know how you handle it in America but
maybe i┬┤m a bit far from experience becouse of my life in germany, but
really? A knife like this to be "defensive"? ´╗┐