Continuing our series on firearms-branded every day carry knives for concealed carry weapons license holders, I stopped by the Smith & Wesson booth at the 2013 Blade Show. [Ongoing coverage at The Truth About Knives.] The last time we posted on S&W’s M&P edged products, more than a few TTAG commentators balked at their Chinese provenance and not-entirely-stellar quality. Same as it ever was—with one exception. Smith makes the the M&P 1600BTS automatic knife in the Volunteer State. (Happily enough, Tennessee is trying to repeal its switchblade ban.) Truth be told the 1600BTS feels a bit . . . insubstantial. And it has a safety. But it is made in America, just like Smith’s guns! How great is that?