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Smith & Wesson Tactical M&P OTF Knife, Bead Blasted Spear Point Blade

MSRP: $59.99
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This Smith & Wesson Military & Police OTF 10 features an all black tactical look and a spear point blade with a great edge treatment. It also features an integrated glass breaker function and the pocket clip is statically designed for tip down carry only on the traditional side of the handle.

The exact functionality of these knives are defined as OTF spring assisted models--meaning they are single-action out the front knives and the "blade slider" helps manually start the blade before the spring officially engages and deploys the blade but needs to be manually retracted. Each model still features a hollow ground blade comprised of AUS-8 stainless steel but now sports a slimmer handle profile so its takes up less pocket real estate.

The wide-body handle design offers an ergonomic feel especially since the trigger is on the broad side of the handle and every OTF includes a slide safety found near the base.

The legacy of Smith & Wesson knives and tools is built on fine craftsmanship, quality and dependability. Their expansive line consists of assisted opening, folding and fixed blade knives, as well various multi-tools and accessories in an effort to offer something for every need and every job.


  • Blade Length: 3.5"
  • Overall Length: 8.7"
  • Blade Material: AUS-8 Stainless Steel
  • Blade Finish: Bead Blast
  • Handle Length: 5.2"
  • Handle Material: Black Aluminum
  • Weight: 6 oz.


  • Great value in a rugged, practical OTF

    Posted by WiilyB on Jul 7th 2022


    Excellent price for a reputable brand name knife with exactly what I need: Single action for simpler mechanism and longer life; single edge for less chance of accidental injury; spear point for self defense. Otherwise no drawbacks other than those common to OTF. Out of the box the mechanism seemed a little rough, gritty. A little Sentry Tuf-Glide and working the mechanism, and it's acceptably smooth. One hand close is actually fairly easy.