Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black

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Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black

  • 3.1″ blade, 4.2″ handle
  • 4034 Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum handle
  • 4.4 ounces
  • One-handed, assisted opening design.

Smith & Wesson Taylor – S&w Sm Special Ops Magic – SPECMS

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3 Responses to “Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black”
  1. E P S says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    small hex screws tend to fall out, December 22, 2011
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    This review is from: Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I have had 2 of these knives and my friend has 1 – we both experienced some of the small hex screws (that hold the two sides of the handle together and hold the clip to the handle) fall out after only a week or so. I pulled all of the remaining screws out and put them back in with Locktite on the threads which solved the problem, but I expected better quality from S&W. Also, the knife comes with a very sharp edge but I found the edge does not hold so I was always sharpening it to maintain the edge. This is probably due to a lower quality (softer) steel used in the blade. Honestly, if I had it all to do over again I would cough up the extra 18 bucks and get a Gerber Applegate Covert. The positive is that this knife does spring open with the press of the switch with absolutely no help from the user (no need for centrifugal force – flicking it open). However, beware that in many States (including Texas where I live) this technically makes the knife a “switchblade” (or “illegal knife” under Texas Penal Code). Check your laws, but in Texas it’s actually a crime to CARRY one of these on your person, though not illegal to simply own. Also, be careful to engage the safety. I’ve had the blade flip half open in my cargo pocket and stab me in the knee when I sat down – NOT fun but that’s what I get for not engaging the safety.

    The Good: MAGIC Assist Open is more like “MAGIC Opens All By Itself”; super sharp from factory

    The Bad: screws fall out; blade doesn’t hold edge well; slightly heavy.

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  2. Friedhelm says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Honest review if you need one, October 28, 2013
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    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)
    My friend has been using this knife for the past two years as a utility knife at work (engineer/builder) and around the yard. I liked it and needed a solid knife, so I researched other brands and models. Two of my hunting buddies had $100-$300 plus dollar knives. Even if I had $300, I would just buy this one. It’s sturdy, ergonomic and has a great price point.

    Pros:
    Very well built for the price.
    Performs as well as any $300 version.
    Good grip and sturdy frame. Open assist is fun and works well.
    If you use it like I do, you won’t feel bad using it vs. paying so much on a fancy one that you’re afraid to get wet.

    Cons:
    If you use it daily, the screws work loose after about one to two years. They are easily tightened with an allen wrench. Nothing to be concerned about unless you can’t use an allen wrench in which case, you probably should not be trusted with a knife :o)

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good knife for a foreign-made assisted opener., July 24, 2015
    This review is from: Smith & Wesson SPECMS Medium Special Ops M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Liner Lock Folding Knife, Black (Tools & Home Improvement)
    This is the third S&W knife I’ve owned, and the first of this particular model. The first two were the the M&P MP5 and MP6, respectively. The first, I misplaced due to my own absent-mindedness. The second, I stopped using because the MAGIC opening mechanism malfunctioned. This one, the Special Ops model, was my favorite between the three.
    I’ve carried this knife on my person every day for the past three years. It’s seen a good amount of use and abuse and it has definitely proved its worth. I can’t really give it five stars, but I’ll start with what I like about it:

    Good price for what you get.
    Size of the blade and handle are very nice. (I have pretty big hands so I need a bigger handle on my pocket knives.)
    Opening mechanism is very tight and quick.
    Serrations do their job well. (I know serrations on a blade are a big debate amongst knife enthusiasts, but I found myself using them frequently.)
    Safety works very well.

    For a knife made in Taiwan, these features make the knife exceptional and well worth the price, but here is the bad:

    Blade is made of 4034 steel, which really isn’t very high grade stuff. It’s been adequate for three years, but the tip of my blade just finally broke off.
    Blade coating comes off pretty easily with more use. (I may put my knife through more serious use than some others, but hey, that’s what it’s for, right?)
    And this is just a personal taste thing, but I don’t like that the clip is at the top of the handle rather than the bottom. It makes you have to turn it around in your hand every time you draw the knife from your pocket, which, if you ever have to use the knife to defend yourself, could cost you precious time in opening and using it.

    I don’t like that an American company like Smith & Wesson has outsourced the making of their knives to Asia, but it’s still a decent knife that has lasted me three years, and you can’t beat the price for what you get. I would recommend S&W knives to anyone, but if you want a knife that will last a lifetime, I would suggest buying some American-made steel.

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