Review: S&W Bullseye

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Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by youonlywish on Wed Aug 17, 2011 5:55 pm




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A good knife at a good price - I guess, depending on where you get it. If you're just looking for an economy blade there are better choices out there, but this will do most cutting jobs in a pinch.

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Re: Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by bushboy88 on Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:00 am

had/still have...? this knife only with the guthook for fishing.it had the option of buying a mathing hatchet in a kit.the knife was good and the nylon sheath seemed to hold up quite well.i didnt like the guthook though and contemplated grinding it off several times.good blade, love the handle, it had excelent grip even when coverd in fish slime or moose blood.hope my opinion is helpfull.

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Re: Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by Wilson on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:47 pm

Though appearances can be deceiving, it appears to be a decent light-duty general purpose knife. If you keep a whetstone or a sharpening tool in your kit I think this knife would serve well enough.

For vehicle EDC/emergency bag, though, I would recommend one of those crazy knives that you see people testing on steel drums and car doors. You never know when your other tools may get flung from the car and the knife is all you have to work with. Full tang, good blade thickness, etc.

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Re: Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by youonlywish on Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:02 pm

Yeah - at the point of purchase it was more a question of finances than anything - I've got a rolling system where a list of all my upgradable items get priority purchases.

It's decent, but far from what I'm looking for.

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Re: Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by Wilson on Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:06 pm

Worst case scenario, it'll be a tertiary blade you can keep in the glovebox or in a separate kit somewhere. You can never have too many tools.

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Re: Review: S&W Bullseye

Post by youonlywish on Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:09 pm

Absolutely. And for 20 bucks? Suuuure.

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