Smith & Wesson SWMP4L M&P Linerlock Knife with 2nd Generation MAGIC Assisted Open and Drop Point Blade Reviews By Leilani Dong
One thing to note, these knives are great for the price. If you do not know enough about knives to know this then you probably shouldn’t be buying it. When choosing a knife there are a lot of factors to consider. I’d go into detail but this is a review of the knife and not a knife buyers guide.
I put this knife through light use. I mainly keep it in my car since I like the idea of having something handy as well as the glass breaker. All the parts have been working fine and nothing has broken. It comes with a pretty decent edge as well.
There are a few things to note. It is a bit heavy and spring loaded so be careful where you carry it. In some states it will count as a switch blade which you are not supposed to carry around. Also, if you’re left handed it might be a little difficult as it feels it is made for right handed people.
All in all, it is a decent knife for the money. If you want something nicer, perhaps consider a spyderco or benchmade.