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First is a Smith & Wesson Border Guard
•Handle: Rubber coated plastic scales over 6061 Aircraft Aluminum frame
•Blade: 3.90" (9.9 cm) with Blade Kicker
•Closed: 5.12" (13.0 cm)
•Steel: 440C Teflon Coated
•Weight: 6.9 oz.
•Reversible Pocket Clip
•Designed by L. Mah & J.W. Smith



Second is the Smith & Wesson Homeland Security
Blade - 3.14" Plain Edge
Steel - 440C Stainless
Handle - Zytel, Black
Lock Style - Liner Lock
Length - 4.36" closed, 7.50" overall
Weight - 3.40 oz.



-These knives really suprised me with the quality, they came razor sharp and the fit and finish is great, almost no blade wobble and the lock up seems very strong.
- Heres the kicker, I got both these knives and a free paring knife delivered to my door for less than $25 I will post the link below of all their folding knives priced low-high.
- In order to get the free gift use promo code KCREVIEW

http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_store.html?srch=eqWWWCAT_1datarq=folder&ttl=Folding Knives&sortType=priceAs
 

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Thank you sir, for anyone into knives their website has a lot of great knives at some really great prices..
 

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Very nice!

What is the round object on the first knive's blade? Is that the kicker? I don't see what it's used for...
 

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Yeah, the round object is a thumb disk. It also has a flipper so I am planning to remove it as soon as I get to work (dont have any torx bits here).
 
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