Pros: Finish, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Blade Material
There seems to have been some misconceptions!
Initially I want to point out the common misconception of the saw back on this knife, It is called a notching saw, it is designed so you can put multiple sizes of rope at the different depths in the grove, for example if you were creating a hammock, you run the edge past the other side of a tree and put your rope on the groove. I found with heavy use the blade dulls reasonably quickly (-1 star) due to the soft steel which in some survival knifes serves the purpose of making it easier to sharpen in the bush, I found it rather difficult to sharpen personally but that's generally the idea. I drop the knife a few meters onto a wooden board a number of times and the handle loosened and now rattles a bit, but it does seem to be decent quality considering the design flaws. The sheath has one particular issue which isn't much of a problem so much as something that personally annoys me, the button or clip that holds the knife in the sheath scratches up the finish a bit over time (not severely so I won't take away any stars for that). Fun to use and a scary cool looking knife, I wouldn't trust my life to it but I can live happy with the fact that no one will mess with me for as long as I have this tool at my disposal.