Smith and Wesson rescue knife. The SWFRS is Smith and Wesson 1st response knife tool, this is designed as an emergency rescue tool.
The 1st response has a window glass breaker and a seat belt cutter built into the knife making it ideal for R.T.A.s (Road Traffic Accident) when seconds count.
- Thumb stud on the top of the blade for quick easy opening even when wearing gloves.
- Half serrated blade, the serrated part is design for rope or cord cutting.
- Handle has insert panels for better grip.
- Glass breaker on the bottom of the handle.
- Built in seat belt cutter on the back of the handle.
- Clip on the back so you can carry it on a belt or pocket.
- Blade edge is 8cm long
- Blade is 8.5cm long
- Overall length open is 20cm
- Length closed is 12cm
The UK law on the sale and use of knives.
You must be over 18 years of age to purchase a knife.
By purchasing a knife you consent to an age verification check by Experian to ensure age compliance. If this age check fails we may contact for further information or cancel the order.
- Every product for sale from Soldier of Fortune is entirely legal to sell and to own in the UK.
- When carrying or using a knife, there are a few simple laws which may apply to you that you should be aware of:-
- You can carry a small folding (non locking) pocket knife with a cutting edge of less than 3" in any place in theUKthat doesn’t have specific restrictions against pointed instruments e.g. airports
- If you need to use a locking knife for added safety, or a fixed bladed knife then you may be required to give ‘good reason’ for carrying it if asked to do so by a Police Officer. Good reason may include, pursuit of a leisure activity e.g. re-enactment, fishing, camping, hunting, or as a tool of work or trade e.g. military, joiner, plumber or delivery driver.
- Carry and use your knife responsibly. A knife is a tool and an everyday object that should not be used irresponsibly.
Disclaimer: The above points are our opinions based on our understanding of UK Statute and Case Law. As such we accept no responsibility or liability for these comments. They are intended as a guide only. For proper legal advice you should consult a solicitor