With a slim, agile profile; a long, sharp bill; and smooth G-10 scales, it’s fairly obvious where the Bestech Swordfish gets its name. What’s more, it measures nearly 9 inches long. The blade, made from D2 steel that’s polished to a satin finish, clocks in at just under 4 inches for substantial size in a pocket folder. It tapers to a fine point for detail work, but it has plenty of belly for tougher cuts. The scales are made from two pieces of smooth G-10 that sit flush together. To deploy the blade, all that’s needed is a press on the flipper tab and it flies open, locking in place with a stainless steel liner lock. Right-handed tip-up carriers will be pleased as the Swordfish is equipped with a steel clip.