Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, None
Cons: Handle Material
Great small knife design
I really like the RSK Mk6. The design is very nice. It's comfortable in the hand with a superb blade profile. There's a well executed thumb ramp which enhances grip and control. I'm not really a fan of paracord wrapping on handles but in this case it's pretty comfortable (although I'm not sure how it will hold up to lots of use, or how it will deal with grime and water). Lastly the stone-washed finish is very attractive.It was a pleasant surprise that it came quite sharp OOTB, sharp enough to cleanly shave/pop hairs. Given the middle-of-the-road steel I don't expect outstanding edge retention over the long haul but as a survival knife it should do fine.A good knife can be hobbled by a bad sheath, and here CRKT did not drop the ball. The supplied plastic/kydex sheath is well made and very tight. Included is a belt attachment that mounts to the sheath with screws. This is a good idea IMO since those wishing to use this as a neck knife or for carry in a PSK can forego the weight and bulk of the extra hardware if it's not needed.Ultimately my rating depends on the price. I was lucky to get mine for $22 on sale. At that price it's hard to beat. For $30 or so there's more competition but I still think it's a good blade in that price class.