The Smith & Wesson CH400DLB Cuttin Horse is another unusual offering from S&W. This knife is actually 2 knives in one, and for $15 I think it is just a plain cool knife. Lets take a closer look at what makes the Cuttin Horse tick.
First of all, this knife is rather unusual for S&W because it features a liner lock (well, 2 to be exact). Most of Smith and Wesson’s current knives are fixed or liner lock so lock back fans (like me) can rejoice to see a knife made just for them.
Here we have 2, 3 inch long, opposing folding blades with 2 opposing liner locks. The first blade is a plain edge saber grind and the second is a fully serrated saber grind. To me, this makes so much more sense than a partially serrated EDC blade. Both blades are hit with a matte black teflon coating.
This knife is nice and light for having 2 blades – 3.6 ounces makes it an excellent carry option. The pocket clip is nice and sturdy and lends the knife to EDC applications.
Where Can I Buy the S&W Cuttin Horse?
You can buy the Smith and Wesson Cuttin Horse on Amazon. This knife is currently eligible for free shipping on Amazon and after doing some comparison shopping I have verified that Amazon has the best deal on this knife. Click here to buy the S&W Cuttin Horse on Amazon.
Where Can I Read More Smith and Wesson Cuttin Horse Reviews?
You can read more reviews written by people who own the knife on Amazon. Currently the knife is rated 5 out of 5 stars on Amazon. Click here to read the S&W Cuttin Horse reviews on Amazon.