Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Very trim nylon sheath. Good MOLLE and belt options on the back. The straps (the two holding the knife) stick out, but this makes it easy to grab them in a hurry. Both can be removed and adjusted. The knife comes with something I don't see often: a mirror finish on the edge which is also sharp, very, very sharp. The jimping on the back could have been sharper, but it works. The handle sits well in hand, a little on the slim side with no sharp corners anywhere. The G10 is pretty smooth, but gives plenty of traction. Rather slick when wet. Good balance and feel. The tip is not as aggressive as on other "combat" knives, but it seems very strong. There is a Torx tool in the handle for the handle screws. This is nice, but a little on the gimmicky side in my view. To get this tool out, you need some sort of lever. Works, but why go with Torx for this purpose? Love the way every edge (apart from the one you use), is rounded just enough. I have not tried it yet (it competes with the Buck Hoodlum for my trips), but I don't doubt it will work well in the woods.