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S.W.A.T. KNIVES

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Easy opening, one hand operation on a solidly built knife. The stainless steel liners lock the blade open solidly and release easily. We have a variety of handle materials available and even a mini-size model!

List All SWAT Knives With Prices and Availability
LIST ALL SPECIAL OPERATIONS TANTO S.W.A.T. KNIVES


STANDARD SWAT

SW-3000 4.75" Closed Length Locking Liner Pocket Knife. Stainless Steel partially serrated edge, drop point blade with easy opening thumb stud. Aluminum handles with black rubber inserts. Metal belt / pocket clip.
Although the first few that we have will say "First Production Run" on the blade, we cannot guarantee that yours will.

SW2000  Plain Edge

SW3000  Partially Serrated Edge


BLACK HANDLE AND BLADE

SW 3000B Black Aluminum Handle Partially Serrated Edge
Black Coated Blade

SW 2000B Black Aluminum Handle Plain Edge
Black Coated Blade



G-10 HANDLES (Top Knife in Image Below)

Lightweight and super strong G-10

SW 2000G10 Plain Edge Blade

SW 3000G10 Combo Edge Blade

CARBON FIBER HANDLES

Light and Strong Carbon Fiber Handle

SW 2000CF Plain Edge

SW 3000CF Combo Edge


Medium Version With Pocket Clip

Medium Sized SWAT

Blade is 3.2" / 8cm. Overall length is 7" / 18.5cm Closed length 4" / 10.2cm

SW 5000  Partially Serrated Edge

SW 4000  Plain Edge


Smaller Version With Pocket Clip

Small SWAT

Although the first few that we have will say "First Production Run" on the blade, we cannot guarantee that yours will.

Blade is 2.5" / 7cm. Overall length is 76" / 15.3cm Closed length 3.25" / 8.5 cm

SW2001  Plain Edge

SW3001  Partially Serrated Edge

SPECIAL OPERATIONS TANTO S.W.A.T. KNIVES

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