Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Blade Material, Handle Material
You Get What You Paid For
The push dagger has a decent design, but it has one design flaw....the finger spacing is too wide. If the finger spacer was thinner the comfort and overall feel of the blade would be better and there would be better control, this is a certainty in my opinion. The weight is very light, but acceptable for it's purpose. The blade could easily kill, but it's more of a quick response...first response in order to inflict some serious damage and go or obtain a more effective weapon such as an EFC knife or a handgun and finish the job. The sheath is also decent for the price. Nylon, belt mounted and sturdy. The blade is worth the $8, but with just a simple tweek of the design the blade could be much more comfortable and with that, more effective.