Pros: Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness, Weight, Handle Material
pretty sweet knife
The scales and bolsters are tightly and well fitted. It is well sized, fits nicely in the hand and rides well in the pocket.The cv steel is very sharp right out of the box - I quickened the patina process by sticking it in a potatoe over night.My only complaints come to the blade shapes and how the sit together in the case. The clip blade's point, just sits above the bone scale case. So even when closed, you could poke yourself slightly in the finger against the point of the blade. But it is pretty unlikely. Also, I am not sure if the clip blade is 100% straight - it might be ever so slightly bent (from heat treating) to one side.Secondly, the spey blade rubs up gainst that sheeps foot while opening at closing.Finally, the back springs are not universally tight: the spey blade has the best walk and talk, the sheeps foot is the next tightest back spring, and the clip blade ( the most used) has the weakest back spring. But none of the blades have any play when locked.