Comments about 7.1 "Smith & Wesson Stainless Steel Folding Knife with Toothed Blade 1
I owned several knives and I must say that this knife is almost perfect but in the end, one critical feature failure makes it drop from a 5-star to a 2-star.Look - The photo posted by Amazon is a bit off because of the lighting on the background. The top edge is not sharpen for those who are concerned (it looks like it's sharpen on the photo), and the entire knife is black, including the blade.Design - Very simple, no glass breaking pointy end (which can damage your pocket) or other cutting function. Not spring assisted. With the thumb knob, I have no problem with opening and closing the blade with one hand. Those are exactly the reasons why I bought it.Blade - Tested. Very sharp and durable, no complaints here.Bell clip - Durable and long enough to stabilize the knife when it's clipped.So what exactly went wrong? The Liner Lock. It doesn't always fully lock!!!! This is extremely dangerous especially when the blade is so sharp. When you open the blade, you will hear it clicks, and usually that means the knife is locked. But no, this knife is not locked 100%. If you push the back of the blade hard without unlocking the liner, the knife will fold back and might give your finger a surprise.This is the first time I see a safety failure on a liner lock knife as none of my previous liner lock knifes ever have this problem. I bought this from the seller Blade Shop. I am not sure if other users are experiencing the same thing, but if you do, please post it so Blade Shop knows that they are probably getting a bad shipment from their vendor (Blade Shop ships out stuff fast by the way, just to be fair).