Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
The smell of perfect.
The first thing that hits you is not the great feel of the blade in the hand, the construction quality or the look of the knife but in fact the amazing smell. It weird to say this about a knife but this is the nicest smelling knife in the world. The leather of the handle and the beautiful sheathe is just intoxicated, it's like nothing I've smelled before.I just love it, the blade just feels incredibly hard, a real no nonsense combat knife. Massive fan of the bayonet blade style for the ambidextrous use and the closest you can get for ease of penetration is a karambit, a knife designed purely for penetration and clawing but this knife style is a lot more functional.It has the penetration of a double edge blade and the functionality and combat applications such as blade catching in a reverse grip as a single edged combat knife. Not to mention that rock solid pommel, all in all with the size and weight and coating, this is pretty much in my opinion the closest you're going to get to a perfect combat knife.