Smith & Wesson CKSUR1 Bullseye Search and Rescue 10.5″ Fixed Blade Powder Coat

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  • 440C Powder Coated blade
  • Rubber over aluminum handle
  • 10.5″ overall length
  • Includes sheath and sharpener
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Product Description
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Smith & Wesson CKSUR1 Bullseye Search and Rescue 10.5″ Fixed Blade Powder Coat

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October 14, 2010

Specialized 1321 @ 3:47 am #

I guarantee that this will be the best [...] that you will ever spend for a knife. And compared to others of this level, I would expect to pay triple the price. The blade comes sharp as a razor out of the box and stays that way. I use it and abuse it, give it a few licks with the included sharpening stone, then I’m back in business. I never go hiking without it and it can easily take down small trees, tree limbs, cut cording, rope, dig a hole, whatever you need done, it can do it. Hands down, no questions asked. I am never afraid to use this thing. I’ve paid 3 times more for half the quality. And the sheath is actually quality. So buy it!

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Rating: 5 / 5

Ambergris @ 6:07 am #

I bought this very same knife at a sporting goods store here some time back. First of all I have to say I like the size of it, (10 1/2 inches). Its been my experience that too many people go out of their way to buy a hunting or survival knife that is way too big for their needs. Unless you are planning to become the next Jeremiah Johnson you don’t need anything as heavy and ungainly as a 15″ or bigger knife. Its also been my experience that something smaller comes in far more handy, as well as more efficient in a true crisis situation as well. This knife is large enough to use as a real tool and weapon, without being a liability for most of the same purposes. It is very solidly built with what appears to be a full tang (the blade goes all the way through the handle) design, as well as a very comfortable grip. The blade was sharp when purchased and can be honed to a fine shaving worthy edge when necessary. The blade is also powder finished, meaning it doesn’t carry the high gloss look of most other blades available. This has tended to turn some people off in reviews of other knives I have read here, but it shouldn’t. A shiny finish on a knife may look really cool when its new. But over time, (if you’re one to actually use a knife rather than just wear it to look tough) a glossy finish takes a beating not just during regular use, but from normal sharpening as well. Owning a functional knife that has a high gloss blade is something like owning a black car. They look really awesome when spankin’ new, until they get dinged and scratched. Then they look like hell, and every little imperfection becomes quite noticeable. I think if you are one to be considering this knife for any real use, you will come to really like the matte finish over time very much. Finally, a knives sheath is something that usually doesn’t get all that much attention in most reviews. Most sheaths are comfortable and adequate. But my own experience over time has been that most also wear out, crack, break, etc, and need replacing many times before the actual knife has seen better days. This knifes sheath is definately an exception. It is reinforced with steel and has a hard inner liner that will see it last for many years. It also uses a Velcro loop at the top to hold the knife straight rather than a snap. This allows the owner to leave it loose or tight to one’s personal taste. And it will last longer than a cheap strip of rawhide like so many other knives carry as well. If you’re considering a true piece of tough hardware in a knife that will take years of sharpening and use without fail, I highly recommend the Smith and Wesson Bullseye. I have seen knives that cost three times as much that don’t carry the same quality…
Rating: 5 / 5

Araxiel @ 7:40 am #

Just received the S&W knife today. Checked it out and compared it to other knives I own, some costing five times as much, and I will say that this is a real bargain. It has good balance, very decent sharpness right out of the box, and I improved on that a bit with a good stone. The scabbard is of very good quality with a Velcro fastener that goes over the handle. The scabbard has a metal top plate and it fits the knife precisely. It looks and feels like a knife that would cost at least $60.00, so I’m happy.
Rating: 5 / 5

Richard T. Hale @ 8:59 am #

I searched for a very long time for a good solid knife that I can use for survival in the field if need be. I really wanted the ka-bar, more because it is what I had in the Marines and wanted another one. Unfortunately, I couldn’t really afford it so I kept looking. I came upon this knife along the the S&W boot knife for a great price. What I received seems to be of great quality, sharp and the weight is good. the knife feels very solid and I would recommend it. It’s inexpensive and will do the job when needed. It’s sharp looking but it isn’t meant to be for show. It’s a survival/combat knife and is worth every cent.Smith & Wesson CKSUR1 Bullseye Search and Rescue 10.5″ Fixed Blade Powder Coat
Rating: 5 / 5

Scott Kessler @ 11:44 am #

I was very pleased when this knife arrived, the picture doesn’t do it justice you really must see to appreciate!Very sturdy knife and the heavy duty nylon sheath is constructed with a hard synthetic liner and metal reinforcements. The sheath also includes a D ring, lashing slots, and a front mounted nylon storage pouch with Velcro closure (the sharpening stone came in there but i put my fire starter in it). and they left out the MOLLE mounting on back of scabbard.
Rating: 5 / 5

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