Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
this is an amazing knife. it is called the jungle bowie for good reason. for starters the handle is non slip and contured with a flare at the top and bottom, with a lanyard hole so you know you wont lose your grip. on top of that it is impact absorbent and comfortable to use for a long time. the blade is a quality stainless, and it is thin with a continuous belly to it so it slices wet foliage and vines vary well.it gets vary wet here and ive used it after storms to clear overgrown brush. anything green is cut easily even if its 2 inch thick limbs. the clip on the back is great for thin grass and vine having a hand scythe like effect. the blade isnt so long that you cant swing it in confind space (dense jungle or forest) and it is light enough that you can swing it quick and accuratly. the tip is thin and if your not careful can break, but it give the knife the ability to be used as an improvized hunting/gathering spear . and it can be used to defend your life if need be. it is non reflective witch would help with hunting/fighting (big pigsticker). the eye hole thows sparks from a ferro rod. ive used it to prossess wood but it hard to baton with because of the tip, it can be done carefully in a pinch but i dont recomend.the sheath is beautiful and works great, the swivle on the belt loop is a good touch. and mine has the sheath without the snap so when you take it out it makes no sound. i would not hesitate to take this to a jungle enviorment. it is vary well thought out,and i would buy again. can say enough good things.i want the jungle bowie 2 as well.